Yes, for the following reasons:

  • If a spouse fails to log in to his/her account for 12 months.

  • If a spouse creates more than one account.

  • If the school fails to post the spouse’s grades and submit an invoice to MyCAA within 60 days of course end dates. NOTE: Spouses are ultimately responsible for ensuring that schools post their grades and submit an invoice in a timely fashion. No further MyCAA funding will be provided until these requirements are met.

  • If the spouse fails or withdraws from a course. Spouses must contact a Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Counselor to discuss the course failure or withdrawal and to develop a plan for future success. The spouse’s account will be suspended until this requirement is met. If there are additional course failures or withdrawals, the spouses account will be permanently locked.
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