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Post-9/11 GI Bill (Ch. 33)
Post-9/11 GI Bill (Ch. 33) Benefits
Montgomery GI Bill (Ch. 30)
Montgomery GI Bill- Active Duty (Ch. 30) Benefits
Montgomery GI Bill- Selected Reserve (Ch. 30) Benefits
Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)(Ch. 32)
Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)(Ch. 32) Benefits
Dependents Educational Assistance (Ch. 35)
Vocational Rehabilitation (Ch. 31)
Vocational Rehabilitation (Ch. 31) Benefits
Activated Reservists after 9/11 - Ch. 1607 (REAP)
Dependent or Survivor of a Veteran (Ch. 35) Benefits
Transfer of Post-9/11 GI Bill to Dependents (TEB)
Reserve GI Bill (Ch. 1606)
Reserve GI Bill (Ch. 1606) Benefits
Department of Veteran Affairs Website
Educational Benefit Payment Rate
Memorandum of Understanding Post-9/11 GI Bill (Ch. 33) Tuition Deferral Form
Military Tuition Assistance Program and TA/VA Top-Up Benefit
Requesting a new DD-214
Military Financial Options
Special Military Tuition & Fees
Yellow Ribbon Program
GI Bill Tuition Deferment
Contact a Military Advisor
Video: How UOPX Works for Military
Active Duty Benefits
Military Financial Options
Request for Information
Credit for Military Experience
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)
Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC)
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)
About the Military Division
Military Tuition Assistance
Army Reserve (USAR)
Air National Guard (ANG)
Air Force Reserve (USAFR)
Naval Reserve (USNR)
Department of Defense Voluntary Education Programs
Veteran Affairs Department - How to Apply for the GI Bill
Veteran Affairs Department - GI Bill Benefits Website
Europe Campus Locations
Asia-Pacific Campus Locations
Navy College Program Distance
Learning Partnership (NCPDLP)
Military Friendly School
Online Library and Student Resources
Here you may find out what chapter you use to claim entitlements; apply for benefits at
University of Phoenix; submit VA paperwork to your VA school representative and
The Post-9/11 GI Bill can be used to help pay for your educational costs if you have served a
minimum of 90 combined days on active duty after September 10th, 2001 and received
honorable discharge, or were affected by call or order to active duty from reserve
component (National Guard and Reserve).
Three major education assistance benefits are tuition assistance, monthly housing stipend,
and yearly stipend toward books and supplies.
The Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) provides education benefits and assistance to members of
Active Duty and Selected Reserve who entered active duty after June 30, 1985 and
completed at least two years continuous active service.
GI Bill- Active Duty: up to 36 months of benefits toward education such as college, technical
or vocational courses, flight training and other.
GI Bill- Selected Reserve: up to 10-14 years of benefits toward education such as degree
programs, independent study programs, cooperative training and other.
VEAP provides education benefits to those who entered the military after January 1, 1977
and did not contract with the Armed Forces under a delayed entry program.
VEAP provides benefits toward education such as college and vocational school training, on-
the-job training, licensing and certification, and other.
Authorizes educational benefits to dependents and survivors of veterans who are 100%
disabled as a result of their service, died of a service-connected cause, were a prisoner of
war or missing in action.
Provides rehabilitation benefits and services to veterans who have been declared disabled
by the Department of Veterans Affairs due to service-related injury.
Eligible members will receive rehabilitation benefits and services such as comprehensive
rehabilitation evaluation for employment, employment services, independent living
services for Veterans unable to work, and other.
Children of servicemembers who died in line of duty after September 10, 2001 are eligible
to receive full tuition and fees, monthly living stipend and book allowance.
Certain Reservists who were activated at least 90 days after September 11, 2001 may be
eligible for education benefits or increased benefits.
Dependents of certain Veterans may be eligible for up to 45 months of benefits toward
education such as degree and certificate programs, apprenticeship, correspondence
courses and other.
Eligible servicemen enrolled in Post-9/11 GI Bill program will be able to transfer unused
education benefits to spouses, children, or family members in Defense Eligibility Enrollment
Reporting System (DEERS).
Reserve GI Bill (Ch. 1606) awards up to 36-48 months of full-time education benefits to
members of Selective Reserve for no less than six years after June 30, 1985.
Reserve GI Bill (Ch. 1606) provides eligible members entitlement restoration or up to 36-48
months of full-time education benefits toward college, on-the-job training, flight training
Provides information for Veterans of the US Armed Forces on Veteran Affairs benefits such
as health care, benefits & services, and burial & memorials.
Educational Payment Rate tables available for Maximum Tuition Reimbursements for Post-
9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill, Research Educational Assistance Program, Survivors' and
Dependents' Educational Assistance Program, and $600 Buy-Up Program.
Form for signed acknowledgement of certain provisions for eligible members of Post-9/11
GI Bill for tuition referral, COE eligibility and obligations.
Eligible military members will receive help in paying for education through the Federal
Tuition Assistance and Top-Up Benefit program. Additional military tuition assistance
resources available by specific branches, National Guard and Reserve.
DD-214 form, or "Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty," can be requested
from the National Archive and Records Administration but is no longer required by the
University of Pheonix Veterans Affairs Office.
The Disability Services Office offers accomodations for University of Phoenix students who
are disabled, have been wounded or have chronic health issues.
Under the Military or Government Billing Plan, University of Phoenix directly bills the
military or other government agency for a student's tuition. Outlines the provisions of a
Military or Government Billing Plan, and University of Phoenix collaboration.
Members of Active Duty or Reserve and spouses are eligible to receive a discount on
Veterans who have served at least 36 months of active duty and a minimum of 30
continuous days after September 10, 2001 are eligible to receive from the University of
Phoenix funding for tuition that exceed the highest public in-state undergraduate tuition
rate. The Yellow Ribbon Program is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational
Assistance Act of 2008.
University of Phoenix will defer your tuition, including electronic course fees, for 60 days if
you are an Active Duty or prior-service Veteran, an eligible spouse, a dependent using
Montgomoery GI Bill, or a student using Post-9/11 GI Bill.
Provides more information on tuition deferral and other topics.
A minute-long video on special benefits for the military community such as special tuition
rates, dedicated team of Military Enrollment Advisors and other.
Benefits offered to full-time active U.S. military servicemembers, includes members of
Reserve Components serving on active duty or full-time training duty. Does not include full-
time National Guard duty.
University of Phoenix is an approved school for the Military Spouse Career Advancement
Accounts (MyCAA) program. Provides information on MyCAA eligibility, how it works, what
is provided and how to get started.
Department of Defense sponsored Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA)
career development and employment assistance program provides spouses of eligible
members of Activated National Guard, Reserve and other 'Pay Grade'.
Eligible participants may establish a MyCAA account here, create a Career and Training plan
and request Financial Assistance.
Military spouses may receive up to $4,000 in financial assistance, employment readiness
counseling, expanded career choices and support resources to attend school.
Prospective students may search by zip code for Programs by area of interest and degree
level or Courses & Certificates by course type.
Prospective students may request more information in certain areas of interest by
submitting an Information and Application form or by calling an '866' number. Prospective
students will also receive access to Phoenix Prep Center to self-assess learning style and
University of Phoenix recognizes your previous experience. As a service member, credits
earned through specific military training and national testing programs may go toward your
undergraduate degree, helping you earn your degree even sooner.
PLA assessment process lets eligible University of Phoenix undergraduate students earn up
to half of the credits toward Associate's or Bachelor's degree at less than half the cost-per-
credit. Bachelors can earn up to 60 PLC credits and Associates can earn up to 30 PLA
SOC lets Military Members and families earn college degrees with special degree plans &
options through a group of more than 1,000 colleges, universities and technical institutes,
and allows for easy transferral of credits.
A national test that helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a
fraction of the cost of a college course. 33 CLEP exams to choose from at more than 2,900
colleges and universities.
A DoD organization created to help Servicemembers pursue their education goals and earn
degrees or certification while continuing to serve their country (i.e. through audio cassette
or video tapes, e-mail, cd-rom, podcast, satellite tv, etc.).
The U.S. Army is the main branch of the U.S. Armed Forces responsible for land-based
military operations. The Army uses the Army/American Council on Education Registry
Transcript Service (AARTS) for documenting military training.
The U.S. Navy is the naval warfare branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. The Navy uses the
Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) for documenting
military training for all Active Duty Sailors/Marines, and for those who have separated or
retired after October 1, 1999.
The U.S. Air Force is the aerial warfare service branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. The Air
Force uses the Community College of Air Force (CCAF) transcript for documenting all
college credit-worthy training received.
The U.S. Marine Corps is a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces responsible for providing power
projection from the sea. The Marines uses the Sailor/Marine American Council on
Education Registry Transcript (SMART) for documenting military training for all Active Duty
Sailors/Marines, and for those who have separated or retired after October 1, 1999.
The U.S. Coast Guard is the maritime & military branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. The Coast
Guard uses the Coast Guard Transcript for documenting all college-credit worthy training
As a member of the military, you have a number of resources available to you to help pay
for your education. Provides information on The Federal Military Tuition Assistance
Program such as how to obtain assistance, how much assistance you may receive, eligibility
and additional information per specific branch of service.
Redirected to U.S. Army Human Resources Command website (www.hrc.army.mil)
Redirected to Center for Personal and Professional Development: Navy College Program
Redirected to Center for Personal and Professional Development: Navy College Program
Redirecting to ask.afpc.randolph.af.mil
Redirected to United States Coast Guard website (www.uscg.mil)
Redirected to Army Reserve website (www.armyreserve.army.mil/ARWEB)
Redirected to National Guard website (www.nationalguard.com)
Redirected to Air Force Reserve Command (www.afrc.af.mil)
Redirected to Official Website of the United States Navy (www.navy.mil/swf)
Redirected to U.S. Department of Defense website (www.defense.gov)
You can apply for the GI Bill by visiting one of VA's four education processing offices in
Atlanta, Buffalo, Muskogee, Okla., or St. Louis or online at the GI Bill Benefits website
(redirected to gibill.va.gov/apply-for-benefits/application).
The website outlines benefits, payment distribution, how GI Bill Entitlement is charged, and
how to apply for tuition assistance top-up reimbursement.
Serving overseas doesn't mean you have to put your academic goals on hold. University of
Phoenix is dedicated to meeting your needs and to help you earn your college degree while
you serve abroad.
Provides information on special military tuition options while stationed in Europe,
European campus locations along with respective information (i.e. contact, email,
programs, etc.), and campus locations in the U.S. upon return. International phone number
Provides information on special military tuition rates while stationed in the Asia-Pacific
region and Asia Pacific campus locations along with respective information (i.e. phone
numbers, emails, programs, etc.). DSN phone number provided.
University of Phoenix is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of
the North Central Association. Information available on business, nursing, teacher
education and counseling accreditation, state and international licensures, and affiliations.
Here you'll find resources that will help you get started at University of Phoenix: admission
requirements listed for Undergrad, Master's, Doctoral, and the option to "Enroll Now."
Interactive map of campus locations that allows you to search campuses by zip code,
browse by state or scroll the map for campus location icons.
NCPDLP offers special military tuition rates for Navy servicemembers who pursue the
degree program for Bachelor of Science in Business/Accounting. Program roadmap and
how it is aligned with your rank is also offered.
University of Phoenix is a military-friendly school that makes education more affordable
and realistic for military members and their families.
We offer special military tuition rates and credit for previous military training and employ a
staff of nearly 1,000 military advisors dedicated to helping those who served earn their
24-7 access to Online Univesrity Library database of information sources (i.e. articles, audio
files, etc.), services for current students (i.e. Ask a Librarian, online tutorials, etc.) and
Provides brief biographies & works of outstanding faculty by program/field.