U.S. Military and Veterans Education Assistance
Request for Tuition Assistance must be done through GoArmyEd. Contact your Army Education Counselor or Education Services Officer (ESO) for more information. This is the link to the “GoArmyEd Soldier Quick Start Training”. TA Requests MUST be submitted in GoArmyEd by no later than 10 days before the course start date.
The Army has very specific requirements for the documents necessary to verify course enrollment, tuition, and fees. If the documents are not submitted correctly on GoArmyEd, the Student Accounts office will not be able to pre-certify your enrollment. Please upload the three documents as specified below.
Tuition and Fee Statement: Use only the form provided by Student Accounts office; GoArmyEd will not accept the tuition and fee statement from VandalWeb. Once your schedule is complete and you will not be dropping or adding courses, please send an email to Patricia Edwards-Dixon requesting the correct tuition and fee statement. Include your full name and student ID number in this email. You will receive the tuition and fee statement back as an email attachment within 24 hours, excluding weekends.
Course Schedule: Use only the Schedule Planner from VandalWeb. The Army needs to see the course number, course name and credits for each course you are submitting for reimbursement.
Degree Plan: Use the Degree Audit from Vandal Web. Print this document and have it signed by your Advisor before submitting it in GoArmyEd.
GoArmyEd will let you submit other documents, but they will not send payment to the University of Idaho without the three documents specified above. Submitting the correct documents to begin with, will ensure the payment is processed smoothly.
Once everything is submitted to GoArmyEd, the ESO will do an initial approval. It will then go into a queue for Pre-Certification by the U of I. Patricia will verify the courses and credits submitted in GoArmyEd match the courses and credits you are enrolled in. Once the pre-certification is done, the file goes back to the ESO for final approval. At that time a Tuition Assistance Authorization form is created in GoArmyEd. The Student Accounts office MUST receive this document. You can print it and take it to the Student Accounts/Cashiers Office or download it to an email, and send it to Patricia.
Once Patricia receives the TA, your account will be credited for the amount the Army is expected to pay. An invoice is not submitted in GoArmyEd until after the final drop/add date, which is mid-semester.
Please contact Patricia if you have any questions.
Please provide your Tuition Assistance Authorization form to Patricia Edwards-Dixon in the Student Accounts office. It can be emailed or dropped by the office in the Bruce Pitman Center.
Tools to Assist in Selecting a College or University:
- The College Scorecard: This is a consumer planning tool and resource to assist prospective students and their families as they evaluate their options in selecting a school.
- The College Navigator: This tool features a cost calculator and school comparison tool. It provides information regarding a school’s tuition and fees, retention and graduation rates, use of financial aid, and student loan default rates.
- The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet: This standardized aid award letter presents prospective students with an easy-to-read breakdown of the costs and financial aid options for a particular school, allowing easy comparison and facilitating informed decisions in the college selection process. This award letter can only be viewed if you have applied for financial aid and it has been awarded.
- The ‘Paying for College’ web page: This page can be used by prospective students to compare up to three schools with detailed financial information for each, taking into account actual financial aid offers.
University of Idaho Resources
- Academic Counseling or Advising: Information and a link to your advisor can be found on the University of Idaho Academic Advising web page or by calling 208-885-6300.
- Financial Aid Counseling: Call the Financial Aid office at 208-885-6312 and ask to speak with your financial aid advisor.
- Student Support Services: The University of Idaho prides itself on providing you with the individualized services and attention necessary to make the most of your college experience. Many kinds of support are offered. More information can be found here.
- Veteran’s Assistance: Information can be found on their website, or by calling (208) 885-7989 or (208) 885-7979.