Learn to Use Your GI Bill Benefits

Learn to Use Your GI Bill Benefits


GI Bill Overview

Education benefits earned by Active duty members, selected National Guard and Reserved Armed forces personnel and their families from Department of Veteran Affairs is referred under GI Bill. This benefit is designed to provide help to veterans eligible and service members by covering the education or training costs. Under the GI Bill, there are multiple programs and administration of each program is different based on the status of the duty and eligibility of a person.

Various Programs under GI Bill       

Below are the various programs available under GI Bill. In order to check the description of each with details on eligibility and cost, you can visit the respective link:

  1. Post-9/11 GI Bill
  2. Reserve and Guard Montgomery GI Bill
  3. Vocational Rehabilitation and Education Program
  4. Active Duty Montgomery GI Bill
  5. Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP)

If a service member dies or becomes totally disabled in the active duty, following programs are available to his family members or dependents:

  1. Fry Scholarship
  2. Dependents’ Education Assistance (DEA)

Training as part of GI Bill

Benefits under the GI Bill can be used for various training as listed below:

Click on the individual links to get more details.

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