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bogatyr

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I suppose it depends on the school. In my case, the answer was yes, including monthly late fees since the Army always paid 1-3 months late. I was always able to get the fees waived with a couple phone calls, but it got to be annoying after 8 semesters.
 

NavyFP

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HooahDOc said:
Do you still get the overage money on time?
The military will cover all late fees and interest if it can't meet the time requirements of the school. Paying tuition is a frightful process regulated by goventment contracting rules. the money will be paid and if your financial aid is held hostage, contact your program and they will get that fixed.
 

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Ok, hopefully everything is ok. I got a tuition bill from the school but I assume everyone does regardless. The scholarship shows up when I check my fin aid online though.

I'm really more concerned about the overage money being delayed; we kinda need that for groceries and stuff since our first paychecks won't come for 2 weeks after moving.
 
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