Everything to Know About Post 9/11 VA GI Bill Program

Everything to Know About Post 9/11 VA GI Bill Program

Among various other educational programs, the Post 9/11 VA GI Bill Program is an initiative by the US Department of Veterans Affairs to provide educational assistance to the latest generation of military members, reservists and family members. 


The program provides benefits like payment of tuition fees, free availability of school supplies and living assistance. Here’s in-depth research on everything you need to know about this VA GI Bill Program. 



The VA provides educational benefits under this program based upon a percentage scale.  

You are eligible if you have served at least 90 days on active duty on or after Sept. 10, 2001. The amount of time you spent on the service will determine your educational benefits.

For Example

If you have served 90 days in the service, you will be eligible for 40% of educational benefits. However, suppose you have served at least 36 months or only 30 days but got discharged due to a service-connected disability. In that case, you will be eligible for 100% of the benefits available under this VA GI Bill Program. 


If you are applying as a child of a Veteran who died on or after 9/11 on service, you can reap educational benefits from programs like Marine Gunnery John David Fry Scholarship Program. This program provides 100% assistance to Veteran’s children aged from 18 to 33. 


The application process for this program is pretty simple. You can apply online or visit a regional VA office to get started with it. Make sure that you are ready with all the necessary information like educational history, military background, bank account number, social security number and the school you want to attend. 

After applying for the 9/11 VA GI Bill Program, you will receive a Certificate of Eligibility, clearly stating the benefits you are eligible for. 

Moreover, in case of any late school fees, your COE is evidence that the payment is coming and you will not be subjected to any late fees. 



The housing allowance will depend upon the percentage covered by the program. It will also be affected by where your campus is located and where you will be taking most of the classes. 

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