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Maine Veterans Dependents Educational Benefits

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  • Dependents of 100% Permanent & Total disabled veterans in Maine are eligible for a full tuition waiver at schools in the University of Maine system, Maine's Community Colleges, and the Maine Maritime Academy. Qualifying dependents are defined by Title 37B, Chapter 7, Section 505(2) of the State of Maine Statutes. The program is administered by the Bureau of Veterans' Services.

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  • Maine Bureau of Veterans' Services
  • 117 State House Station
  • Augusta, ME 04333-0117
  • mainebvs@maine.gov
  • 207-430-5816

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