Post-9/11 GI Bill

Highlights of the Post-9/11 GI Bill include the following benefits:

- Education funding of $78 billion over 10 years for education which is available to veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The following benefits do not require future military service or re-enlistment. They are based upon your months of service at war after 9-11-01:

- An education allowance for eligible veterans which covers the costs of tuition and books of your education to attend the most expensive public university in your state of residence.

- A private school education provision where the U.S. government would fund the costs of the most expensive public university plus match dollar-for-dollar aid private universities provide to cover the complete costs of your tuition.

Depending upon your situation, the following benefit could require your commitment of future military service and/or reenlistment:

- A pass along feature (or tuition fund transfer) to wives and children of war veterans.

For complete details, please visit our educational benefits page and receive a table listing education benefits available through the Post-9/11 GI Bill.