When President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the GI Bill into law in 1944, millions of GIs who never dreamed that they might be able to go to college now had this golden opportunity. The GI Bill represented the President's desire to "provide the special benefits which are due to the members of our armed forces, for they have been compelled to make greater economic sacrifice and every other kind of sacrifice than the rest of us, and are entitled to definite action to help take care of their special problems."
Today's veterans and active duty military have even wider access to colleges, training programs, vocational schools, online universities and more, with a GI Bill that supports your current needs, and jump-starts your future.
Find out more about how today's GI Bill can be custom-designed to build futures... yours.
The GI Bill is called the gold standard in educational support, because more than any other program, it covers many the widest variety of educational programs with expanded benefits being added all the time.
Under the Montgomery GI Bill, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard (and their Reserves and the National Guard) provide a cash education incentive to encourage military members to join and serve a tour of duty.
The new GI Bill has been called a full-fledged, WWII-style GI Bill that provides upfront tuition payments directly to the school, and provides a book/supply stipend of $1,000 per year and a monthly living stipend.
While the GI Bill may not cover 100% of your higher education tuition, the armed forces is prepared to kick in the extra you may need to top-off your tuition costs with these two substantial tuition programs.
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