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Quick Facts About Florida Tech’s Military Education Benefits

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Whether you're a veteran, in the reserves, currently serving on active duty or a military spouse or family member, Florida Tech strives to help you take advantage of all your military educational programs and benefits. These include tuition assistance, the G.I. Bill®, college fund programs, loan repayment, veterans’ benefits and special military tuition rates.

Undergraduate Military Savings

Active-duty, Selected Reserves and National Guard servicemembers and their spouses can take undergraduate courses for only $250 per credit hour. When combined with other military tuition assistance programs*, your out-of-pocket undergraduate tuition could be $0!

Veterans and their spouses as well as dependents of deceased or disabled veterans are eligible for a 10% savings on undergraduate tuition rates.

Graduate Military Savings

Florida Tech is committed to helping military servicemembers meet their personal and professional goals.

To offset any costs military tuition assistance* may not cover, Florida Tech offers Active-Duty, Selected Reserves, National Guard, veterans, spouses and dependents of disabled or deceased veterans a 10% savings on graduate programs.

Florida Tech is honored to hold the following distinctions:

  • Named a Military-Friendly School by G.I. Jobs and Military Advanced Education
  • Ranked a Best College for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report
  • Accepts Veteran’s education benefits
  • Yellow Ribbon Program and MyCAA participant
  • Leading participant in the Army Continuing Education System (

*Be sure to check with your ESO to verify your TA policies haven’t changed recently.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government web site at

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