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Select Child in College if your parent serves in the Navy (including Reserve and NROTC) and you are a college student.
Select Child in Grades K-12 if you"re an elementary, middle, or high school student and your parent serves in the Navy (including Reserve and NROTC), or if your parent sustained—during military service—a serious illness or injury requiring long-term care, or if you are the surviving child of a Sailor who died while on Active Duty and your surviving parent has not remarried.
Select Service Member if you currently serve in the Navy or are an NROTC Cadet
Select Spouse if you are married to a Sailor or NROTC Cadet, or if your spouse sustained—during military service—a serious illness or injury requiring long-term care, or if you are the surviving spouse (not remarried) of a Sailor who died while on Active Duty.
Note to DoDEA non-military students: Note to DoDEA non-military students: If you do not have a parent serving in the military and you attend a DoDEA school, please create an account under DoD Civilians.For additional help, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Select Active Duty if serving in the Navy is a full-time career for you, your spouse, or your parent.
Select Reserve (Active) if you, your spouse, or your parent is in the Navy Reserve, and is currently deployed, activated and/or serving as a full-time Sailor.
Select Reserve (Inactive) if you, your spouse, or your parent is in the Navy Reserve, and serves only sometimes, e.g., for a scheduled weekend each month.
Select NROTC Cadet if you, your spouse, or your parent is currently in the Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NROTC) college program.
Select Service Academy Cadet if you are a current student at a DoD Service Academy (USMA, USNA, or USAFA).
Select Wounded Warrior/Survivor if you, your parent, or your spouse sustained—during military service—a serious illness or injury requiring long-term care, or if you are the surviving child or spouse (not remarried) of a Sailor who died while on Active Duty.
NOTE: If your, your spouse’s, or your parent’s military affiliation is not listed, check whether you are eligible for a DoD Civilians.For additional help, email email@example.com.
Please select where the service member in your family is currently assigned. Active Duty: Select the name of the installation where the service member is stationed. Guard, Reserve, Cadets, and others: Select a region, country, or state. If you cannot find your location, please select the nearest installation location or where you are living.For additional help, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Eligibility and Funding
Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families is funded by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) MWR General Library Program and Coast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA). Those who fund the program determine eligibility for its use. Eligibility can change, and program availability is dependent upon available funding and is not guaranteed.
Who Is Not Eligible?
Military retirees and other Federal personnel who are separated from service and no longer employed by the DoD or Coast Guard, and their family members, are not currently funded and eligible to use Tutor.com/military. Student Veterans and other using the Post-9/11 GI Bill can find Tutorial Assistance information on the Veterans Affairs website.
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