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Four-D College is proud to serve those who serve our country. When evaluating your future goals within and outside the military, we welcome you to consider Four-D College as your preferred education provider as you seek to advance and grow in your career.
We understand the demands and challenges of advancing or reentering an increasingly competitive job market upon the conclusion of your active duty service, and are pleased to be able to offer you an affordable, quality education. We are ready to help you prepare and excel for a rewarding career in the healthcare industry that will set you apart.
We welcome you to learn more about our healthcare career programs as a Vocational Nurse, Medical Assistant, Billing & Coding, Pharmacy Tech, and Massage Therapy. Contact one of our knowledgeable Military Advisors today to discuss your goals and how your military benefits may apply towards the cost of tuition at Four-D College.
All programs at Four-D College have been approved by the U.S. State Department of Veterans Affairs for veteran tuition assistance reimbursement. We are committed to helping our veterans and their eligible family members (dependents) develop the skills and knowledge required by today’s workforce. Our personalized approach to specialized learning allows you to get the most out of your educational experience.
We proudly accept Veterans Affairs educational benefits including Chapters 30, 31 (Vocational Rehabilitation), 32, 35, 1606, and 1607. Additionally, Four-D College will be approved for Chapter 33 as of 10/01/2011. Please contact the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs at (888)442-4551 for all questions relating to your specific benefit, payment, and eligibility.
Education benefits are available to dependents or spouses of certain veterans. A son or daughter needs to be between the ages of 18 and 26 to qualify for their DEA benefits. If you are a spouse of a veteran who died while on active duty, your benefits will end 20 years from the date of death. To qualify you must be the daughter, son or spouse of:
- A veteran who died or is totally disabled as a result of a service-connected disability.
- A service member missing in action or captured in the line of duty by a hostile force.
- A service member who is hospitalized or receiving outpatient treatment for permanent and total disability.
In order to be eligible for Top-Up Benefits, you must already have been approved to receive federal tuition assistance. Prior to October 30, 2000, you were not able to combine your VA benefits with the Montgomery GI Bill, and the military would only pay 75 percent of your total tuition using tuition assistance. If the military cannot cover 100 percent of your tuition, you can elect to receive your TA benefits for all or part of your remaining tuition expenses. The program was designed to supplement other tuition assistance programs you already have qualified for if they do not cover 100 percent of your tuition costs. Contact your Enrollment Advisor at Four-D College to learn more.