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In addition to Post 9/11 GI Bill features such as expanded tuition and transfer of benefits, additional educational funds are often available through the Yellow Ribbon Program, whereby the VA matches the funds your school agrees to contribute to your tuition, dollar for dollar.
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The Post 9/11 GI Bill is by far the most expanded version of the most popular educational support program ever devised: the GI Bill. The New GI Bill offers generous tuition support when you attend either a public or private institution, and support for your choice of a wide variety of educational programs. In addition, the new GI Bill supports you with payment of education fees required by your school. You may qualify to transfer your GI Bill education benefits to spouses and children. And still more: the Yellow Ribbon Program provides matching tuition funds with a school that chooses to participate in the Program. These are just some of the expansive new features of the New GI Bill.


Use your Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits to attend public or private school, up to the maximum support level for your state. Attend school in the state where you reside and your Post 9/11 GI Bill will pay an amount equal to a state resident's tuition, plus any mandatory school fees up to the maximum allowed. When you choose to attend school full-time, you may also qualify for a housing allowance, another way the Post 9/11 GI Bill extends support for your education.

Even if you are already balancing military responsibilities with military family life, you can pursue your education by enrolling in online education or distance learning programs, using your Post 9/11 GI Bill. Online education allows you to attend classes without leaving base, so you can schedule your education - and your future - into your busy military life.

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