The GI Bill offers the widest variety of financial support programs to take advantage of every educational opportunity. But perhaps the best to pursue higher education right now is the unique support of the GI Bill - for you, for your military spouse, and for your military children.
Before they were famous, many truly influential men and women started by serving their country in the US military or grew up in military families.

GI Bill and Military Education

The Gold Standard in Military Education

You're active duty military. You already have a good job, you're developing strong skills and you have many military responsibilities. Should you also be pursuing higher education goals?

Absolutely. You'll find that having a higher education earns you better pay while you're in the military, and gives you a jump-start to a higher-paying job in your new career after you leave military service.


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 for members of our armed forces.


As an active duty military servicemember or veteran, why wait any longer access your GI Bill benefits? There's a tuition support program designed to fit your goals, it's available to you today. Remember, it's your GI Bill - when you use it to benefit you.


According to many sources, a college, graduate school, or associates degree can not only lead to a better pay after your military career, and better military retirement pay, but also lead to a higher income while you're in the military.


Who says education is just for the active duty military member? Not the armed forces. Using your GI Bill benefits, every member of your military family can pursue a higher education through the wide variety of GI Bill programs designed to match everyone's needs.

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