AKO Army

What are my options for Federal Tuition assistance with the Army?

Different branches of service vary in their tuition help programs:

Active Army:


GoArmyEd is that the website where all soldiers on active duty will request Tuition help (TA) on-line for classroom, distance learning, and eArmyU online courses.

The following programs are covered on this site:

  • 9/11 GI Bill
  • Montgomery GI Bill
  • Education Counseling
  • Post-secondary Programs
  • FAST
  • Academic Testing
  • Army Personnel Testing
  • AARTS Transcripts
  • College Credit for MOS/Training
  • Multi-use Learning Facilities
  • Course evaluation Summaries
  • Troops to academics
  • Student Loan repayment

For specific queries, you’ll contact the GoArmyEd help Desk at (800) 817-9990. you can email them from their web site by choosing the “Create helpdesk Case” possibility in their Help link.

Army Reserve:

  • http://www.goarmy.com/reserve/nps/education.jsp
  • At the GoArmy website, you can explore several choices for tuition assistance. the site includes a description and eligible greenback amounts for the following programs:
  • Army Reserve Education Career Stabilization (ECS)
  • Selected Reserve Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB)
  • Army Reserve MGIB “Kicker”
  • 9/11 GI Bill
  • Reserve Officers’ training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships
  • College Loan compensation Program
  • Tuition assistance
  • Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)
  • For specific questions relating to Army Reserve tuition assistance you’ll reach them via email at goarmy@usarec.army.mil, or decision them at (800) 709-ARMY.
  • Army National Guard:
  • http://www.education.ng.mil
  • ARNG Education Division provides assistance on educational advantages for members of the military National Guard. the web site covers the subsequent programs:
  • Educational edges
  • 9/11 GI Bill
  • Montgomery GI Bill
  • GED Plus
  • Patriot Academy

For specific information on Federal Tuition assistance (FTA) benefits, please use the following link: https://minuteman.ngb.army.mil/Benefits. This site needs CAC solely login, and requires your CAC be registered to your AKO/DKO account

For additional info on all ARNG teaching programs, you’ll be able to contact (866) 628-5999 daily between 0800 and 1700, CST. you’ll be able to also reach them via email at http://esc@pec.ngb.army.mil.

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  1. Ray Barry

    I am unable to access true page by which to create an account with KOA.ARMY.MIL. PLEASE GINE GUIDANCE
    CHAPLAIN (COL) Raymond E. Barry, USA, (Ret)


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