We’re Honored to Serve You
Military Service Is the Toughest Thing You Could Do for Your Country. We’ll Make Sure Getting Money for Trade School Is Possible.
Across all of TWS’ campuses, a total of 615 students applied their military benefits to vocational training during the 2017-2018 school year.i
What Are Military Education Benefits?
In return for your service to America, you and your family could qualify for military education benefits. We explain what those are below.
The GI Bill® is funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs to help service members and veterans cover tuition and other costs related to going to trade school. There are multiple programs under the GI Bill®. Eligibility requirements and funding amounts vary across programsii
Military Tuition Pricing
Special tuition rates may be available to service members, veterans and their families. Check with your local campus for eligibility. Learn more about GI Bill® Programs and Military Tuition Pricing. Call us at 855-237-7711.
Our Financial Aid Advisors are here to help you apply for military education benefits. We’ll assist in requesting your Certificate of Eligibility and explain how to put your benefits to work for you.
We’re Committed to Helping You Transition from Combat to Career
You protected our country, and now it’s our turn to serve you. We’re a military friendly school dedicated to supporting service members, veterans and their families. Our team offers full support with the transition back to civilian life. We help with funding for your training, and our Career Services department helps you successfully reenter the workforce with your new skills.
Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program (VRAAP)
We’re proud to offer the Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program (VRRAP). This is an education and training program for Veterans who lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic and are currently looking for work.
Veterans who are eligible for the VRRAP can receive up to 12 months of tuition and fees, as well as a monthly housing allowance based on Post 9/11/GI Bill rates.
You might be eligible for the VRRAP. Here are the requirements:
- You must be at least 22 years old, but not older than 66.
- You must be unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic
- You must be rated as not rated as totally disabled
- You must not be enrolled in a federal or state jobs program
To learn more about your eligibility for the VRRAP and how to apply, please contact your campus representative.
Who Is Eligible for Military Education Benefits?
Do you and your family qualify for military education benefits? Below are some examples of who could be eligible:
- Active Duty
- National Guard Members
- Active Duty Spouses
- Dependent Children of Active Duty Service Members
- Military Retirees
- Honorably Discharged Veterans
More Ways Military Members, Veterans and Their Families Can Fund Training
On top of military education benefits, you and your family could qualify for other sources of funding for your investment in trade school.
Military grants help service members, veterans and their families pay for trainingiii.
Similar to grants, military scholarships are money for school that do not have to be paid backiv.
Financial aid is money to help pay for trade school. Some forms of financial aid do not have to be repaid. These include grants and scholarships. Others do. For example, student loans are money that must be paid back with interestv.
Learn more about Financial Aid.
We’re Here to Serve You
You served our country, and now it’s our turn to serve you on the journey from combat to career. Our Financial Aid Advisors are here to help you find and apply for funding for your investment in vocational training. Call us today.