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Navy’s tuition assistance will cover more credit hours, but fewer may qualify for program


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The U.S. Navy is expanding the number of credit hours covered by its tuition assistance program, but also raising the bar for sailors to qualify for the program, according to an announcement Tuesday.

Effective Friday, the number of credit hours the Navy pays for annually will increase from 12 to 18, according to a servicewide message from Vice Adm. John Nowell Jr., the chief of naval personnel. 

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