Now is the time for sailors to select courses and apply for tuition assistance and Navy College Program for Afloat College Education Distance Learning (NCPACE DL) funding, officials said in a recent release. Applications for both programs can be created and submitted, along with command approval, in MyNavy Education on the Navy College Program website up to 120 days ahead of a chosen school’s term start date. All applications must be submitted and command approved no later than 14 days ahead of the start date. First-term sailors must complete Navy Tuition Assistance training and “Navy Virtual Counseling 101” training before applying. All sailors must have a minimum of two years of service to be eligible, and use no more than 12 semester hours per fiscal year, or 120 hours in a career. Once the application process is complete, MyNavy Education automatically sends the service member a link to locate and print the authorization voucher for signing and delivery to the school. Read more here.
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