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GI Bill® Comparison Tool

Calculate your benefits and research approved programs.

Post 9/11 GI Bill recipients serving on Active Duty (or transferee spouses of a servicemember on active duty) are not eligible to receive a monthly housing allowance.
Is your husband or wife on active duty?
Be sure to compare the different GI Bill programs before selecting which one is more beneficial to your needs.
To apply for VR&E benefits, please visit this site.
Are you eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill?i You must have at least 90 days of aggregate active duty service after 9/10/2001, or have been discharged with a service-connected disability and have received an honorable discharge.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides financial support for education and a housing allowance to qualifying individuals
A dependent is defined as a child, stepchild, spouse, or the un-remarried widow(er) of the Veteran.
When using this tool, you will need to select the length of your original active duty enlistment obligation in order to get an estimate of your monthly benefit.
Pays benefits to eligible Reservists or Guard members who were called or ordered to active duty for at least 90 consecutive days in response to a war or national emergency declared by the President or Congress.
i You can use the Post-9/11 GI Bill at colleges, universities, trade schools, and for on-the-job training, apprenticeship, and flight schools.
Taking all online classes?
Tuition / Fees Benefit: $ / year
Housing Allowance: $ / month
Book Stipend: $ / year
*Payment is limited to reimbursement of tuition and fees for the training taken

Calculate your complete benefit

In-state residents are charged a discounted rate of tuition and fees.
Enter the total tuition/fees, you will be charged for the academic year.
In-state residents are charged a discounted rate of tuition and fees.
How much will you spend on books and supplies next year?
Only Veterans entitled to the maximum benefit rate (based on service requirements) or their designated transferees may receive this funding. Active duty Servicemembers and their spouses are not eligible.
VA matches each dollar of unmet charges the institution agrees to contribute up to the total cost of tuition and fees.
Only include scholarships and grants that go directly to pay tuition/fees.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill pays the net-cost of your education after scholarships or financial aid amounts are applied. This includes amounts already paid by military tuition assistance.
Students attending school less then full-time receive a pro-rated monthly housing allowance. Students attending school exactly ½ time or less do not receive a monthly housing allowance.
Students attending school less than full-time receive a pro-rated monthly benefit.
Is your school on a semester, quarter or non-traditional calendar system?
How many hours per week will you be working?
How many academic terms are there in a school year?
How long is each academic year?
A kicker bonus is an additional incentive, paid for by the Department of Defense, to extend a tour of duty or retain highly skilled military personnel.
A kicker bonus is an additional incentive, paid for by the Department of Defense, to extend a tour of duty or retain highly skilled military personnel.
Some Servicemembers may have contributed an additional $600 to the GI Bill to receive increased monthly benefit payments. This increased monthly benefit is only applicable to the Montgomery GI Bill or REAP
Some Servicemembers may have contributed an additional $600 to the GI Bill to receive increased monthly benefit payments. This increased monthly benefit is only applicable to the Montgomery GI Bill or REAP
Calculator Results
$0 Housing Allowance
Total GI Bill Benefits: $0 / yr
Paid to school: $0
Paid to You: $0
Out of Pocket Tuition: $0
Tuition & Fees Charged: $0
Your Scholarships: $0
GI Bill Pays: $0
Fall Spring Total
Tuition / Fees Benefit: $0 / term $0 / term $0 / yr
Yellow Ribbon (School): $0 / term $0 / term $0 / yr
Yellow Ribbon (VA): $0 / term $0 / term $0 / yr
Housing Allowance: $0 / month $0 / month $0 / yr
Book Stipend: $0 / term $0 / term $0 / yr
 
 

Graduation RatesMore information on graduation rates Data used to calculate an institution’s graduation rate and transfer-out rate, if applicable, come from an institution’s annual submission to the U.S. Department of Education’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

Percent of full-time students that graduated within 150% of the expected time for completion. Graduation rate data are based on undergraduate students who enrolled full-time and have never enrolled in college before. This may not represent all undergraduates that attend this institution.

Loan Default RatesMore information on cohort default rates The percentage of an institution’s borrowers who entered repayment on certain Federal student loans in federal fiscal year 2009 (between October 1, 2008 and September 30, 2009) and defaulted before September 30, 2011.

Percent of student borrowers that failed to repay their Federal student loans within three years of entering repayment.

Median BorrowingMore information on borrowing The median amount of Federal student loans borrowed for students' undergraduate study at the institution.

Families who borrow typically take out this amount in Federal loans for a student's undergraduate study. Your borrowing may be different. Learn about repayment options »

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