A 16-month delay by the VA in implementing changes dictated by law may soon be over.
VA has assumed the duties of approving the schools where veterans can use their GI Bill benefits.
Here's how much GI Bill rates are going up.
A company called Study Edge is offering veterans one semester of free tutoring.
The new program will be available to those whose GI Bill has run out.
A new high-tech training program is accepting applications. Funding is limited, so apply ASAP.
Judge's ruling creates window for those with student loan debt tied to fraudulent or deceptive schools to apply for relief
While the VA is finally admitting there are GI Bill delays, it gives no hint of when the backlog will be cleared up.
Legacy GI Bill rates will be increasing for the 2019 fiscal year.
Once again, VA stymied in implementation of legislation updating GI Bill.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented 15 more provisions of the Harry W. Colmery Educational Assistance Act of...
Changes to the GI bill are in the works, here is what we currently know.
You are going to school with the GI Bill and are about to fail a class. What should you do?
Thinking of leaving the country? Already living or stationed outside the U.S.? Yes, you can use your GI Bill
You can use your GI Bill for more than just college.
If you drop a class you may have to repay your GI Bill money to the VA, but there are things you should know
The GI Bill will pay you to take correspondence classes
The GI Bill will pay for technical and vocational training.
A subsistence allowance is paid to Veterans each month while enrolled in a Vocational Rehabilitation program
The GI Bill will reimburse you for many national testing programs