Montgomery GI Bill
Eligibility information, covered programs and payment rates under the GI Bill.
Application Form 22-1990 for VA Education Benefits - Application for VA education benefits including Montgomery GI Bill, Reserve Educational Assistance Program, Post-Vietnam Era Veterans' Educational Assistance Program (VEAP), National Call to Service Program and Transfer of Entitlement Program. Some applications can be submitted online through VA-Once.
Approved GI Bill Education Programs - Search for education and job training programs (higher learning, non-college degree, on-the-job training and apprenticeship, correspondence and flight), license and certification programs and many types of national exams.
Ask a Question: What am I eligible for under the GI Bill? - Provides answers to veterans' questions regarding what educational benefits they are eligible to receive.
Community of Veterans - Designed as a resource for our nation's newest veterans, this veterans-only site connects veterans with veterans and helps make the transition to civilian life easier. A joint effort of the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) and the Ad Council.
Frequently Asked Questions About the New GI Bill - Answers questions about the new GI Bill, also known as the Post-09/11 GI Bill. Read the fact sheet that explains eligibility requirements and how to apply for these benefits.
GI Bill Education Benefit Payment Rates - Educational Assistance Allowance rate information for active duty, selected Reserve, Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP) and Survivors' and Dependents' Educational Assistance Program (DEA).
GI Bill Frequently Asked Questions - Answers questions about the GI Bill relating to application procedures, eligibility, effect of call-up on period of eligibility and more.
GI Bill Work Study Assistance Program - Provides eligible full-time or 3/4-time students studying under the GI Bill a work-study allowance.
Getting Uncle Sam to Pay for Your College Degree - Free handbook for active duty military personnel that provides information on the GI Bill, tuition assistance, scholarships, veteran benefits, student aid, selecting the right degree and more.
Handbook for Injured Service Members & Their Families - Handbook published by the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund that outlines benefits, rights and resources available to service members and their families to help with financial, medical, educational, employment, legal and other needs.
Hubbard Act - President George W. Bush, joined by members of the Hubbard family, signed H.R. 6580, The Hubbard Act. The law will provide sole survivors a number of benefits already offered to those honorably separating from military service. In addition, sole survivors will not be required to repay any portion of their enlistment bonus; may participate in the Montgomery GI Bill educational program; and may receive separation pay and transitional health care coverage. Read the complete text of this legislation.
Military Benefits - GI Bill Overview - Provides an overview of the Montgomery GI Bill, including information on eligibility, uses, frequently asked questions and links to user's guides.
Military Update - How Will the Post-9/11 GI Bill Impact You? - Provides qualification requirements and other information about the new GI Bill. Get answers to frequently asked questions about the new Bill.
Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve - General eligibility, payment and application information on an education program that does not require active duty in the regular Armed Forces to qualify.
MyArmyBenefits - Benefit Facts - Lists fact sheets related to pay, education, family services, health care, life insurance, social security, transitioning, retirement and VA benefits for wounded warriors. Fact sheets can be sorted by category, component, life event or state/territory.
New GI Bill Overview - Discusses the new GI Bill which will go into effect August 1, 2009 and includes information on the new payment rates.
Post-9/11 GI Bill - Fact sheet on new GI Bill benefits that provide educational assistance to individuals who served on active duty on or after September 11, 2001.
Reserve Education Benefits User's Guide - Information on education benefits available to Reservists.
Summary of Educational Benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty - Information on eligibility and entitlement, training, receiving benefits and where to go for help.
Survivors' & Dependents' Educational Assistance (SDEA) Program - Provides education and training opportunities to eligible dependents of certain veterans. A fact sheet on the VA SDEA program is also available.
Using Education Benefits to Start a Small Business - Information on using the Montgomery GI Bill education benefits to pay for the training needed to start a small business.
Using Your VA Education Benefits for Entrepreneurship Training - Learn how to use education benefits to start or enhance a small business. Contact your local Small Business Development Center for guidance in starting a business.
VA Benefits - Fact Sheet - Provides information on VA compensation, pension, health care, vocational rehabilitation, employment, education, training, home loans and insurance benefits.
VA Educational & Vocational Counseling - Provides educational and vocational counseling to active duty service members within six months of separation, veterans who have been out of the service less than one year, eligible reservists and spouses/children under special circumstances.
VA GI Bill Web Site - Provides information on the Montgomery GI Bill for Active Duty and Reserve/National Guard service members and veterans.
VA Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP) - Information from VA on REAP, an educational assistance program for National Guard and Reserve service members called to active duty for 90 consecutive days or more.
VA Survivors' & Dependents' Educational Assistance - Provides education, training, certificate and on-the-job training for 45 months to eligible dependents and survivors of certain veterans.
VA Tuition Assistance Top-up - Information from VA on program that allows active duty service members to use part or all of their GI Bill while on active duty to complement their service's tuition assistance plan.
VA Veterans' Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) - Information on an education benefit for veterans who paid into the program while they were in the service. Includes benefits for degree, certificate, correspondence, apprenticeship/on-the-job training programs and vocational flight training programs.
Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) - Benefits - Information on benefits available to active military and veterans, including education, home loans, life insurance, compensation and pension, vocational rehabilitation and survivors' benefits.
What is the Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty? - Provides up to 36 months of educational assistance for college, technical, vocational and correspondence courses. The program also covers apprenticeship/job training, flight and high tech training, licensing and certification tests, entrepreneurship training and certain entrance examinations.