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    Is anyone familiar with the State TA in Ohio ? If Federal TA pays $250 per credit hour and tuition is $400 per credit hour, will the State TA in Ohio pick up the tab ?

    Also, to my understanding from searching the threads TA will cover 1 Associates, 1 Bachelors and 1 Masters. Is this correct ?

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    Your best bet is to check with your ESO. They will have the latest info on education benefits.

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    • #3
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      [QUOTE=7011USMC]Your best bet is to check with your ESO. They will have the latest info on education benefits.[/QUOTE]

      I'll do that. Website states they cover up to $250 a credit hour for up to 8 full semesters but doesn't specify beyond that.

      Thanks

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      • #4
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        there is a difference between FTA and state assistance. Understand the difference between state assistance and FTA.

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          [QUOTE=Chaplain4me]there is a difference between FTA and state assistance. Understand the difference between state assistance and FTA.[/QUOTE]

          Yes I know they are two different avenues of education benefits. One from the federal government, one from my state (Ohio). My question is if the Federal covers $250 per credit hour (up to $4500 per yr) and my tuition is beyond $250 per credit hour, can the State TA be used to cover that or can you not use the two simultaneously ?

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          • #6
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            [B]Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program

            OH NG Scholarship Program pays up to 100% tuition and fees at state colleges and universities. Applies to enlisted soldiers, and officers who previously used benefits as an enlisted member. Pays up to 100% of average state college or university tuition at private or out-of-state schools. Eligibility is based on members service obligation and status. Website is [url]www.ongsp.org[/url]. [/B]

            FTA would only cover tuition.

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