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I wanted some more info on what the Texas army national guard offers for tuition benefits. Is it really 100% help up to 12 hours? What about the GI bill? How much money can I expect to get etc... Preferably someone who knows from experience. I am currently 19 and a freshman at Vidalia arlington. I am looking into joining the guard though. Thanks!
I am Mike Sharman. I am in charge of the Education Office for the Texas Army National Guard. My office processes approximatel 7,000 applications for Tuition Assistance each semester. You should talk to some of the students you see walking around campus. They will either have a National Guard shirts on or they will be in the Army Combat Uniform (ACU). The haircut always gives it away also. They aren't paying for their education. The Texas Army National Guard is! It is true. You can join the Texas Army National Guard, serve one weekend a month and two weeks a year conducting annual training a get a bachelors degree for your service. That's working approximately 40 days a year! You will receive Montgomery GI Bill entitlements once you complete training for the job you choose, Federal Tuition Assistance (it pays $4500 per year), State Tuition Reimbursement Program (that pays $4500 per semester for up to 12 semester hours) plus you still qualify for grants, loans and scholarships. If you decide to join ROTC, you will receive the free tuition PLUS approximately $1200 per month! You may also qualify to have up to $50,000 in student loans paid off! If you still need more information, email me at "email@example.com" or my group email address at "firstname.lastname@example.org". For the easiest information, see your local On Campus Recruiter at "email@example.com" or call him at 817-584-0180. He is located on your campus. Thanks for asking about us and let us now if you need additional information. MSG Mike Sharman 512-782-6084 cell-512-538-8765 Education and Incentives NCOIC Texas Army National Guard Texas Strong, Texas Proud!
Texas National Guard Tuition Assistance
This Site Might Help You. RE: Texas National Guard Tuition Assistance? I wanted some more info on what the Texas army national guard offers for tuition benefits. Is it really 100% help up to 12 hours? What about the GI bill? How much money can I expect to get etc... Preferably someone who knows from experience. I am currently 19 and a freshman at Vidalia arlington. I am...
I served in the texas Army for 4 years. I'm not sure about the best but the TA is one of the top in the country. In the army, you must serve on active duty for at least 4 years before your TA becomes active. If you made a high rank however, it would nullify the contract. For the National Guard, it works much better and if you're still reading this you're an idiot because I was never in the Texas army and I made all of this up
Call a recruiter and ask. You'll get a better answer than here on YA.