Marine Corps Cuts Tuition Aid

October 19, 2011

The Marine Corps announced on Tuesday a 75 percent cut tuition assistance for service members who take courses during their off-duty time, Stars and Stripes reported. The maximum award has been cut from $3,500 a year to $875. According to Marine Corps officials, the average tuition costs for Marines who receive tuition aid is about $875 (typically two courses a year) so many will not be affected by the change.

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