The Military Education benefit is considered by many active and reserve service members as one of the most attractive benefits of military service. The education benefit, referred to as the GI Bill, features a number of aspects important to recipients. Our goal is to provide both general overview information along with detailed eligibility and usage guide to help service members and veterans get to most from this benefit.
10 Questions to Ask Before Selecting an Online University
For many active military members and their spouses, earning an online degree is becoming increasingly attractive.
Help for Military Spouses Going Back to School
Going back to school for military spouses is a sizeable time commitment and an expensive financial obligation. But there are...
Read about the numerous GI Bill programs and learn how the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill, REAP and MGIB-SR can help you reach your education goals.
Money For School
Learn how military tuition assistance, GI Bill, scholarships, and other education benefits can help you pay for school. Find the best college funding.
Keys to Success
The key to success in college is hard work and planning. Learn how to manage your time and develop the study habits needed to ensure reaching your education and career goals.
Navy Improves NCPACE-DL Program
Navy makes changes to program to put it in line with Tuition Assistance. Distance Learning option allows individual enrollmen...
GI Bill Rates Increase for 2018
Montgomery GI Bill and Dependents Educational Assistance will increase on October 1. The Post-9/11 GI Bill went up on August...
GI Bill Payments Will Continue For Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey
VA says veterans shouldn't worry about their GI Bill payments if schools are closed.
USMAP: Earn Your Journeyman-level Apprenticeship While In The Military
Navy & Marine Corps working with Dept. of Labor to give credit for skills learned on duty. These skills transfer to civilian...
The New Forever GI Bill – What It Means For You
Major changes to GI Bill coming, loophole in law allows small group of veterans to get higher benefits with no time limit.