GI Bill Benefits have increased, and as of October 1, 2004, full-time students with GI Bill benefits can get over $1000 per month to cover the cost of their education.
This increase could mean you have as much as $36,000 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
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.
Thomson Education Direct
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