Military spouses deserve a high-quality education that leads to an in-demand career. What's more, they need a career path that's portable, so relocation never gets in the way of reaching their goals.
The Department of Defense's Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program provides up to $4,000 in financial assistance to eligible military spouses for education and training in any University of Maryland University College (UMUC) associate's degree or certificate program, including*:
Computer networking
Project management
The MyCAA financial assistance is not limited to these UMUC programs; if you have other education or training ideas, discuss with your Military OneSource Career and Education counselors.
  • Administered by: UMUC
  • Amount: Not provided
  • Date posted: 11/30/2012

Scholarship Eligibility

  • Location: United States
  • Available to:
    • Undergraduate
    • Military-Affiliated Only
  • Minimum GPA: Not provided
  • Minimum credits: Not provided
  • Maximum credits: Not provided
  • FAFSA required?: No

Additional Scholarship Eligibility

This program is available to spouses of active-duty servicemembers or activated Guard or Reserve members in pay grades E1-E5, W1-W2 and O1-O2. Military spouses are required to finish their program of study within three years from the start date of the first course. There is a fiscal year cap of $2,000 (waivers may be available for spouses pursuing programs that require up-front tuition greater than $2,000).

Notes About the Scholarship

*Most programs are offered online. Some may require hybrid courses. Associate's degrees are available through UMUC Asia and UMUC Europe.

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