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Tuition Assistance

With Post University Online, active duty personnel and their dependents can earn a professional certificate or undergraduate degree entirely online ‚Äď while incurring no out-of-pocket expenses.

The Department of Defense has standardized its Tuition Assistance (TA) program among all branches of the military. For active duty military members, military Tuition Assistance will cover up to 100% of tuition costs for all courses offered by nationally or regionally accredited institutions, as follows:


Payment


The maximum amount paid for Tuition Assistance: 100% Tuition and Fees not to exceed:



  • $250 per Semester Credit Hour ($750 per course)

  • $4500 per Fiscal Year (6 undergraduate courses per Fiscal year)


Post University has lowered its tuition, eliminated all fees and covered the cost of books, so you can earn your degree at no cost to you.




Undergraduate Tuition

$750 per course

Covered by Military Tuition Assistance Benefit

     Fees

$0

Waived by Post University

    Textbooks

$0

Covered by Post University

Graduate Tuition

$1,197 per course

Covered by Military Tuition Assistance Benefits and GI Bill Top-Up Program Benefits*

     Fees

$0

Waived by Post University

     Textbooks

$0

Covered by Post University

 

*Post University qualifies for the DoD TA program and is listed in the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) Catalog of Nationally & Regionally Accredited Distance Learning Programs. This catalog can be found in each base/installation education office. An Education Services Officer (ESO) should be able to advise you on program eligibility.



 


MILITARY STUDENT TUITION REFUNDS

Refunds for Military personnel dropping/withdrawing from courses are handled according to the following chart:


Drop/Withdrawal Refund Percent
0-6 Days After the Course Start Date  100%
7-13 Days After the Course Start Date  50%
14 or More Days After the Course Start Date  0%


Students receiving financial aid should consult with the Office of Student Finance to determine how their award package may be affected. The Office of Student Finance makes disbursements after the end of the Add/Drop period in order to determine a student’s enrollment¬†status and eligibility.