VA testified that progress towards implementation of Forever GI Bill is hitting snags, but still says it can meet deadlines.
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.? Your GI Bill benefits can still be used easily...
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
The GI Bill isn't just for college. You can use your GI Bill for Vocational training at many technical schools.
Your Monthly Housing Allowance is generally the same as the military Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for an E-5 with depend...
The GI bill can help pay for the expenses associated with attending an institute of higher learning as long as you're eligibl...
VA's work study program gives student-Veterans the opportunity for hands-on work experience and a monthly part-time income.
VA has paid out nearly $120 billion in Post 9/11 GI-Bill benefit payments since August 2009.
As the needs of the United States and its service men and women have changed over the years, so too has the GI Bill.
The VA has announced the Post-9/11 GI Bill rates for academic year 2018. These rates are effective August 1, 2017.
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The VRAP GI Bill program trained in excess of 76,000 Veterans.