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Federal Managers Association and APU support success through education.

Helping you reach your goals is our shared priority.

Federal Managers Association and American Public University (APU) are working together to offer you high quality online courses, certificates, and degree programs to help give you the mission-critical skills you need to boost your federal career. Choose from a range of academic programs related to federal careers, or explore a program in your field of expertise.

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Benefits for Federal Managers Association Employees

  • 5% tuition grant.

Note: Grants cannot be applied retroactively.

How to Receive Your Benefits

Future Students: Select Federal Managers Association as your membership or affiliation when you complete our admissions application.
Current Students: Confirm that Federal Managers Association is listed under the Membership/Association category in your university records. Learn how.

Tuition Cost per Credit with Grants

  • Undergraduate: $256.50
  • Graduate: $332.50
  • *Military Undergraduate: $250
  • *Military Graduate: $325

*We offer our military-affiliated students a tuition grant that caps undergraduate tuition at $250/credit hour (military TA limit) and graduate tuition at $325/credit hour. This grant is for U.S. active-duty servicemembers, Guard, Reserve, military spouses and dependents, and veterans. 

Contact Information

Jennifer Lawson leads the Strategic Relations Admissions Team whose members are here to answer all educational partnership questions.

Jennifer Lawson

Jennifer Lawson
855-731-9201
partnerships@apus.edu

Proof positive. It's nice to know how others feel.

92%

of seniors evaluated their experience as positive

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 2016

88%

of employers would hire another one of our graduates

APUS Alumni Employer Survey, January 2010-December 2015

91%

of seniors would choose us again

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 2016

50%

of our students return for another degree

American Public Education Fact Sheet, June 2013