Missouri student soldiers who are called into duty will get tuition breaks. The breaks will be given according to the U.S. Department of Education guidelines. The breaks apply to federal student loan borrowers who are members of the National Guard and ready reserves who are called into active duty. Governor Bob Holden says two-and four-year public colleges and universities will refund tuition and suspend loan payments for students who are serving in the military. Student borrowers should contact the financial aid office at their respective institutions for more information about the tuition breaks.