Guard And Reserve Education Benefits User's Guide

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As a member of the National Guard or Reserves you are entitled to different educational benefits than active duty members. These benefits are usually a lower amount than the active duty benefits. However, if you spend time on active service you may also qualify for the Active duty GI Bill program. To learn more about your specific education benefits, check out the following related links:

Tuition Assistance - A benefit for active duty and reserve/guard members benefit that pays the cost of tuition and some fees. Virtually all military servicemembers are eligible. However criteria for eligibility is determined by each branch

Post-9/11 GI Bill - The Post 9/11 GI Bill provides up to 36 months (4 regular school years) of education benefits to eligible servicemembers

Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserves - The Montgomery GI Bill pays a set monthly amount to those attending school. The money can be used to pay tuition, housing or for any purpose. .

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