Using the Post-9/11 GI Bill – Tips to Make the Most of Your Benefits (Podcast 014) Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Are you familiar with the Post-9/11 GI Bill? Many veterans who served after September, 2001 are eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill, but don’t know much about the benefits, whether they are eligible, or how to use this benefit. In this […]

New In-State Tuition Rule for GI Bill Recipients

Last month, Congress passed a new rule for GI Bill benefits, the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act of 2014. In effect, the rule requires states to offer the “in-state” tuition rate for all military veterans using the GI Bill, regardless of their actual state of residence. This will go into effect during the fall […]

Bill Provides College Credit for Military Service at Oklahoma State Schools

The state of Oklahoma recently passed a law which will allow state colleges to more easily provide academic credit to military veterans who have received an Honorable Discharge within the last three years. Oklahoma state officials passed Senate Bill 1863, The Post-Military Service Occupation, Education and Credentialing Act, sponsored by Sen. Steve Russell, R-Oklahoma City, […]

Private Military Scholarships

College is expensive. Despite excellent benefits provided by GI Bill 2.0, the cost of attending a top-tier university can shoulder a veteran with considerable debt. But that doesn’t mean you should shelve your plans of attending a university. The citizenry of the United States, private John and Jane Q. Publics’, have come to the rescue. […]