Military Tuition Assistance

Campus Contact:
Office of Student Financial Aid
finaid@athens.edu
256-233-8122

ANGEAP is a program designed to provide financial assistance to active Alabama National Guard members enrolled in degree programs at Athens State University.

Benefits: Up to $1,000 per year for book supplies, fees, not to exceed $500.00 per semester. The minimum award is $25.00 per semester and cannot exceed 100% of the total costs. Limited funds are available and are allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Must be used in conjunction with a primary source of Federal assistance (GI Bill, ACES, etc.).

Eligibility: Must be at least 17 years of age, be an Alabama resident, be an active member in good standing with the Alabama National Guard, be a member of a federally recognized unit of the Alabama National Guard, completed basic training and advanced individual training, be enrolled in a degree program and maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress toward a degree.

Application Procedure: Obtain an ANGEAP form from your guard unit for certification. Complete section one and submit the ANGEAP form to the Student Financial Services Office at Athens State University. Alabama Commissions on Higher Education (ACHE) will send the payment to the school’s Financial Aid Office to be issued by the Business Office.

Carolyn Carthen, Veterans Affairs
Carolyn.carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

Carolyn Carthen, Veterans Affairs
Carolyn.carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

Carolyn Carthen, Veterans Affairs
Carolyn.carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

Carolyn Carthen, Veterans Affairs
Carolyn.carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

Carolyn Carthen, Veterans Affairs
Carolyn.carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

Kelly Leigeber
Kelly.leigeber@athens.edu
256-216-3301

If you have available tuition assistance through your branch of the military or any other military assistance available to you but is not listed, reach out to the provided contact.

Campus Contact after you have contacted your ESO counselor:

Kelly Leigeber
Kelly.leigeber@athens.edu
256-216-3301

Athens State University does not engage in fraudulent and aggressive recruitment of military students including, but not limited to, providing compensation to individuals for securing military enrollments or engaging in high-pressure recruitment tactics.