Student Testimonial

“ACH is a great school with a friendly environment. The teachers are great at explaining the material. ACH made a big difference in my life.”
Miriam E.
Medical Administrative Assistant Student

We stand ready to help you fully understand the career choices available and how they may best fit with your military experience and the education American College of Healthcare (ACH) offers. You will get the personal attention and care you deserve throughout the enrollment process.

Our Admissions Representatives are patient and skilled in guiding you through the enrollment process. Our Financial Aide Representative will help you understand the various options for government financial aid that are available and whether or not you qualify. We explain the different requirements for Federal grants, loans and scholarships.

Career Services Assistance – We look forward to helping you find employment upon graduation. Our Career Services Advisors provide guidance for job searches, resume writing and various workshops to get you ready to land an interview and help open the doors for future job opportunities. Your success is our goal!

American College of Healthcare’s Veteran Representatives are ready to answer any of your questions.

Veterans learn what VA education benefits are available to you.

Benefit Name Eligibility Requirements Maximum Benefit
MGIB-AD (Chapter 30) 2 yrs active duty, contributed $1200 to MGIB acct. $53,028.00/year
Military Tuition Discount Veterans who served 15% Tuition Discount
Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) 36 mo. service after 9/10/01 for 100% benefit (tiered for shorter service) $19,198.31/year
VEAP (Veterans Educational Assistance Program) Veterans who served between 1.1.76 and 8.1.85 -
Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program – Chapter 31 Service-connected disability rating of at least 10% or memorandum rating of 20% or more from the VA Determined by individual need
VRAP (Veterans Retraining Assistance Program) 35-60 years old, unemployed. Not eligible for any other VA benefits. $18,768.00/year
Yellow Ribbon Program Provides additional support to cover private schools School Dependent

When it comes to finding financial assistance for your college education, active-duty military service members have the most opportunities available. Use this guide to make sure you don’t leave any money on the table.

Benefit Name Eligibility Requirements Maximum Benefit
MGIB-AD (Chapter 30) 2 yrs active duty, contributed $1200 to MGIB acct. $53,028.00/year
Military Tuition Discount Veterans who served 15% Tuition Discount
Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) 36 mo. service after 9/10/01 for 100% benefit (tiered for shorter service) $19,198.31/year
Tuition Assistance 36 mo. service after 9/10/01 for 100% benefit (tiered for shorter service) $4,500/year
Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program – Chapter 31 Service-connected disability rating of at least 10% or memorandum rating of 20% or more from the VA Determined by individual need

Learn what VA education benefits are available to dependents of active military and veterans.

Benefit Name Eligibility Requirements Maximum Benefit
Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) 36 mo. service after 9/10/01 for 100% benefit (tiered for shorter service) $19,198.31/year
Survivors & Dependents Assistance (DEA – Chapter 35) Children and spouses of veterans who died in the line of duty $1,003/month
Yellow Ribbon Program Provides additional support to cover private schools School Dependent

Learn what VA education benefits are available to spouses of active military and spouses.

Benefit Name Eligibility Requirements Maximum Benefit
Military Tuition Discount Veterans who served 15% Tuition Discount
MyCAA Spouses of active military $2,000/year for up to 2 years
Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) 36 mo. service after 9/10/01 for 100% benefit (tiered for shorter service) $19,198.31/year
Survivors & Dependents Assistance (DEA – Chapter 35) Children and spouses of veterans who died in the line of duty $1,003/month
Yellow Ribbon Program Provides additional support to cover private schools School Dependent

Learn what VA education benefits are available to members of the military reserve.

Benefit Name Eligibility Requirements Maximum Benefit
MGIB-SR (Chapter 1606) six-year obligation after June 30, 1985 and completed their Initial Active Duty for Training (IADT) $362.00/Month

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