Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance


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Prospective Students/Members of CONG

Below you will find information on the institutions that currently participate in the State Tuition Assistance program, information on eligibility, how and when to apply for Tuition Assistance.

For additional information:



Reminder, you must apply for State TA every semester!

 Due to COVID-19 and the closure of some higher education institutions, we are experiencing billing delays for the Spring 2020 semester. For immediate assistance, or to find out the status of your Spring 2020 TA payment, please email:

 Please continue to check back regarding updates! 



    Spring 2021


    November 9th

    December 21st

Application packets must be complete and submitted online by the deadline in order to be considered.


State Tuition Assistance Overview

Which Guard Members are eligible to apply? 
CO National Guard Members under the following ‘eligible’ statuses, are encouraged to apply for State Tuition Assistance:


  • Title 32: Traditional, AGR, Federal Technician, One-Time-Occasional-Tour (OTOT), M-Day for CO National Guard
    • 6 month minimum service requirement (including transfers)

Not Eligible:

  • Title 10: Active Duty (not part of CO National Guard) & Title 38 Veteran/Retiree 
  • Reservists

To retain eligibilty a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 MUST be maintained. If a school reports a cumulative GPA lower than the 2.5 minimum the student will no longer be eligbile for State TA.

Currently, the program is paying up to $5,000 for tuition (only) per semester, at the approved schools listed below.

*Funding is not guaranteed and subject to change, based on funding availability. State TA eligibility caps: 132 credit hours or 8 years (whichever is reached first).

*State TA will NOT pay for a second degree of the same level (E.g. a second bachelors degree) even if the first degree was not paid for with State TA.