A program that provides tuition assistance for veterans has been restored for now by Gov. Matt Mead after being targeted for elimination because of budget cuts. Mead announced Wednesday that he would continue funding the program through the coming fall semester. And he didn't rule out the possibility of continuing it after this year. The program, administered by the Wyoming Community College Commission, provided assistance to 162 veterans at the state's seven community colleges and the University of Wyoming last fall. Veterans who had been deployed to combat zones could receive 10 free semesters at any Wyoming community college and the university. Veterans' surviving spouses and dependents are also eligible. For more details, see this Military.com article.
For guides on military education benefits, including the current GI Bill, finding schools, and tuition assistance, visit the Military.com Education section.