Federal Tuition Assistance Information
Once you have completed (the earlier the better) the necessary application process for your branch of service, print of a copy of the confirmation notification and bring it to the UNA business office - Ms. Aleah P. Clark, Bursar, Student Accounts - email@example.com ph: 256.765.4441 UNA Box 5001 26 Bibb Graves Hall Florence, AL 35632-0001. She will then make sure that your FTA confirmation is noted on your account to keep your schedule from being voided due to non-payment.
Navy and Marine Corps - Contact your Navy College Office or complete the online application process at https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/ta_info.aspx#ta_app
US Air Force - You must apply for Tuition Assistance online using the Air Force Virtual Education Center. This must be done through the Air Force Portal at https://www.my.af.mil/. There are six steps to the process outlined in the file below.
US Army, National Guard, USAR - All Army components have now gone to the same system for FTA through GoArmyEdu: https://www.goarmyed.com. There are eight steps to the process for a non-LOI school (which UNA currently is) as outlined in the file below. SSG Tyler Richardson is the Army National Guard Officer Recruiter on campus with ROTC, but he can assist all Army students with FTA questions - Ph: 256-214-6155 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
US Coast Guard - The management of TA is centralized at the USCG Institute through a consolidated tuition assistance processing system managed by the U.S. Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center (NETPDTC) in Pensacola, Florida.The Coast Guard Institute approves the TA Application (CG-4147) , inputs data into the Navy's computer database, and issues the TA Authorization form (CGI-1560). The applicant then takes the CGI-1560 to the academic institution during registration; the institution bills the Navy (NETPDTC) for payment of the government's share of tuition assistance