Brighton College recognizes the hard work and sacrifice you make. We are proud to have been named to the Military Friendly Schools list by Victory Media. We participate in many federal military benefit programs. Below is a list of several ways we are helping active service members, veterans, and their families further their education.

Active Duty Education Benefits

Military Tuition Assistance

Brighton College accepts Military Tuition Assistance (TA) for active duty service members enlisted in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corp, and Coast Guard. The TA will cover up to $4500 per fiscal year. Due to our low tuition rate, it is possible that the TA will cover all tuition for Brighton College’s associate degrees and diploma programs. Call the office at 1-800-354-1254 for more information.

Brighton College’s programs are affiliated with DANTES, which qualifies US military personnel for tuition reimbursement.

MyCAA (Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts)

We are very proud to share with you that Brighton College was one of the first colleges to participate in the Department of Defense’s Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) pilot program. Today, the MyCAA program provides up to $4,000 for military spouses who are interested in pursuing degrees, licenses, or professional credentials that lead to employment in high-growth, in-demand, and portable career fields.

Our military spouse eligible online education programs are self-paced and offer you the flexibility required of a military lifestyle. To find out if you qualify for MyCAA or other military benefits, visit the Military One Source’s Military Spouse Education page. You can also call the office at 1-800-354-1254 or email us at Let us help you prepare for a successful career!

Service Members Opportunity College

The Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) provides college-level educational opportunities for active duty servicemembers and their families. Since active duty military members frequently move, it can be difficult to complete a degree at one institution. SOC enables servicemembers to complete an undergraduate degree at a participating institution regardless of where he or she is stationed. Brighton College is a proud member of SOC. Today, there are over 1,800 colleges and universities in this higher education consortium. More information about SOC can be found on the SOC Website.

Veteran’s Education Benefits

Brighton College is approved for Veteran’s Assistance (VA) Benefits for all of our associate degrees and diploma programs (except for the Associate of Science in Business Technical Sales degree).There are a number of benefit plans available for eligible veterans. Eligibility of veterans and eligible dependents as well as the amount of the education benefit is determined by the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Detailed information about each program and documentation required can be found on the Department of Veteran Affairs website or by calling 1.888.GIBILL1.

For more information on VA education benefits that you can use at Brighton College, visit our Veterans Education Benefits page.

The Post 9/11 GI Bill and The Montgomery GI Bill

The Post 9-11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)

The Post-9/11 GI Bill is for individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service or individuals discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days on or after September 11, 2001. Veterans, active duty service members, and their spouses and dependants may be eligible for these benefits.

Under Chapter 33, the benefits you receive are determined by a number of factors. Visit the GI Bill website for more information about the program or to determine your eligibility. Please contact us to better understand how your enrollment at Brighton College may impact your level of benefits.

Active duty military personnel who are eligible for Chapter 33 benefits and have exhausted all tuition assistance (TA) in a given year may use their VA benefits to cover the cost of tuition and fees. You must notify the Certifying Official of your home campus for any classes you would like certified for VA education benefits.

The Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30)

Active Duty Educational Assistance Program is generally for individuals who entered active duty after June 30, 1985 and served continuously for three years or for individuals serving two years on active duty followed by four years of Selected Reserve. To be eligible, veterans must have contributed $1,200 during their first year of military service. Veterans or service personnel cannot withdraw money paid into the fund.

Brighton College Offers a Program That’s Right for You.

With several different career paths to choose from, Brighton College can help you determine what type of program will meet your career goals. Click on the following link for more information on our programs including medical transcription, medical coding, medical billing, pharmacy technician and more.

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