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2009 GI Bill (GI: Government (or General) Issue)

The GI Bill was created a comprehensive package of benefits, including financial assistance for higher education, for veterans of US military service. The benefits of the GI Bill intended to help veterans readjust to civilian life following service and to encourage others to volunteer for military duty. Click Here for the 2009 Post 9/11 G.I. Bill information.

GI Bill Benefits have increased, and as of October 1, 2007, full-time students with GI Bill benefits may now be eligible for over $1101 per month to cover the cost of their education.

This increase could mean you have as much as $39,636 to pay for your education. The GI Bill provides up to 36 months of education benefits for:

  • College, Business, Technical or Vocational Courses
  • Distance Learning including Correspondence Courses
  • Certification Tests
  • Apprenticeship/Job Training
  • Flight Training

If you are interested in taking advantage of your GI Bill benefits, you can receive information from military-friendly schools. These schools have trained admissions counselors who understand the GI Bill. Simply click on the links below, and request more information.

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