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$12.50 a clock hour.  TA is capped at $3,500 per individual per fiscal year for vocationa/technical courses leading to a certificate.    High  school  completion  courses  (measured  in Carnegie units) for service members who do not have a high school diploma:   TA will fund 100 percent.    Within  existing  caps,  the  Navy  pays  100%  for members  serving  in  a  Secretary  of  Defense Contingency Operations” area.    A  service  member  may  now  apply  to  the Department  of  Veterans  Affairs  (DVA)  for reimbursement of tuition not covered by Tuition Assistance. The  service  member  must  be eligible for Montgomery GI Bill benefits.   Ask the local Navy College Office for information on procedures for requesting reimbursement. When TA funds are constrained, the Chief of Naval Operations may impose policy changes on the level of funding and the priorities for authorizing TA. TA Submission and Approval Requirements Applicants  must  submit  an  Application  for  TA (NAVMC  10883)  to  the  Navy  College  Office  before the class convening date. Steps:    The service member and a Navy College Office education  specialist/guidance  counselor  have  a counseling  session,  either  one-on-one  or  in  a group,  and  decide  what  institution  to  attend, what  course  of  study  to  pursue,  and  which course(s) to take. TA policies are fully explained to the member.    The service member fills out an Application for TA Form, which lists the courses he or she plans to take during the upcoming term.  This form is available  from  the  Navy  College  Office  or  the student’s parent command.  The service member must read and comply with all the provisions on the   reverse   of   this   form. The  TA  form  is available  in  the  Navy  Supply  System,  stock number  0109-LF-069-0000  or  on  the  Navy College web site.    The  member  submits  the  form  to  the  Navy College Office before course registration.   The form  must  be  submitted  before  the  end  of  the school’s late registration or add-drop period.    Navy  College  Offices  process  and  approve  the TA   Application. Upon   approval,   a   TA Authorization Form is signed by the education specialist/guidance  counselor  and  returned  to the service member.    The member submits the original, signed copy of the  TA  Authorization  Form  to  the  school  at registration.   At  that  time,  the  service  member pays the tuition costs not covered by TA.   The college will use this authorized form to bill the Navy for the remainder of the tuition costs. TA  will  fund  distance  learning  through  either up-front  TA  or  on  a  reimbursable  basis.    To  obtain up-front TA for distance learning, the coursework must be  completed  in  one  school  term  and  there  must  be definite  beginning  and  ending  dates.  Terms  cannot exceed   24   weeks.   The   Navy   through   DANTES reimburses courses that exceed 24 weeks provided the service member enrolls using DANTES Form 1562/31 and  completes  the  course  with  a  passing  grade. DANTES Form 1562/31 is available at Navy College Offices. Q6.   TA is the Navy’s financial assistance program for what type of service members? Q7.   Federal  law  provides  for  multiple  levels  of funding under TA.  What is the maximum amount of  TA  that  may  be  provided  for  undergraduate and graduate courses? Q8.   When  funds  are  constrained,  who  may  impose policy  changes  on  the  level  of  funding  and  the priorities for authorizing TA? ACADEMIC SKILLS Academic  Skills  are  provided  through  the  Navy College Learning Program with instruction in English, mathematics,  and  reading  through  computer  courses and/or  instructor-taught  classes. Offering  a  sound educational  foundation  before  proceeding  on  to college  level  work,  this  Navy  College  Program  is available  at  no  cost  to  commands  or  participants. Sailors  may  work  on  their  English,  mathematics, and/or reading skills at either Navy College Learning Centers  (NCLCs),  which  are  established  at  specified Navy  bases  according  to  available  funding  and contract  requirements,  or  in  Navy  College  Learning Program   (NCLP)   courses   taught   by   contracted instructors on the installation.   After completion of a diagnostic  placement  test,  both  NCLC  and  NCLP provide non-credit instruction designed to advance the 2-5

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