Your military service has earned you valuable benefits available for both you and your family if you qualify. Each branch of the U.S. military has education programs to help members pay for college. To participate in these programs you must meet certain eligibility criteria. Generally, benefits are based on the type and/or length of service. The links below are intended to provide information only, and are not provided as an assurance of obtaining tuition to attend the Arizona Medical Training Institute. Several programs are available though. Complete information can be provided by calling or emailing Student Services.
The easy way to get the GI bill education benefits forms you need from the VA. Download them from this website! Or to make it even easier to apply, link from this page to VA’s Electronic Application Form.
General information, frequently asked questions, and links to Veterans Affairs’ education benefits and services under the GI Bill for veterans and dependents/survivors.
Continue your education with money for college from the U.S. Navy. Read about all the options available to you, which can pay future officers a salary while they’re in college.
The Center for Women Veterans, within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), is the primary advisor all programs, issues, and initiatives for and affecting women veterans. Good links and resources for women veterans.
Air Force reservists interested in a college or trade school education may qualify for financial assistance under the Montgomery GI Bill. Find out here if you qualify.
Information about how to get copies of military service records from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the official repository for those records.
Created by MN Dept. of VA and MN Online to serve the unique higher ed needs of veterans, military members and their families. Information about education benefits, state schools and related issues from a team of experienced advisors and counselors.
The US Air Force offers enlisted, officer, and healthcare educational opportunities. Start on this page, or follow the links to the officer and healthcare education pages to see what’s available to you.
Be a full-time soldier and earn credits towards a degree. Find information about earning money for your education, ROTC scholarships, and repaying college loans.
Earn your degree while serving in the Navy. The Navy College Program is your one-stop educational resource for college prep, financial aid, academic advice, and all Navy college, training, and officer programs.
Further your education while serving in the US Coast Guard! The Coast Guard Institute is your education center for: college programs, examinations, financial assistance, and getting credit for your Coast Guard experience.
Individuals who are eligible for the new Post – 9/11 GI education benefit may begin using the benefit August 1, 2009 for training that begins on or after that date.
The Society of Daughters of the U.S. Army (DUSA) offers $1,000 scholarships to the daughters and granddaughters of active duty or retired Army officers. Find out if you’re eligible and how to apply at this website.
NMCRS offers education programs to help eligible Navy and Marine Corps families pursue their academic goals by providing a source of education financing. Awards are provided solely on the basis of the applicant’s financial need.