Top 50 schools for Post-9/11 GI Bill: fiscal 2016
|Rank (previous)||School or system||GI Bill recipients|
|1 (1)||University of Phoenix||35,388|
|University of Phoenix-Online Campus||19,082|
|2 (2)||California Community College System||19,013|
|3 (3)||University System of Maryland||18,818|
- 1 Can I go to any school with the GI Bill?
- 2 What degree should I get with my GI Bill?
- 3 What is a VA approved institution?
- 4 Can I use the GI Bill for out of state tuition?
- 5 Do veterans automatically get accepted into college?
- 6 Does the VA pay for private colleges?
- 7 What college gives the most credit for military service?
- 8 Can I get 2 degrees with GI Bill?
- 9 What should I do with my GI Bill?
- 10 Can I use my GI Bill for a master’s degree?
- 11 What does VA approved mean in education?
- 12 What does it mean to be a VA approved lender?
- 13 Is my condo VA approved?
Can I go to any school with the GI Bill?
You can use your GI Bill benefits at some—but not all—schools. Use the resources listed below to search for GI Bill approved schools, compare the benefits you’ll receive at different schools, and get more advice to help you choose a school.
What degree should I get with my GI Bill?
The GI Bill can be used to pay for education such as a secondary bachelor’s degree, or a graduate degree in a field related to your bachelor’s degree. It can also be used for attending law school, medical school, dentistry school, or to get an MBA through business school.
What is a VA approved institution?
A Veterans Affairs approved program is a course or program of education, apprenticeship, or job training approved by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs or the designated state approving agency for the state where the institution is located.
Can I use the GI Bill for out of state tuition?
A: No. VA will only pay in state tuition and fees under the POST 9/11 GI BILL based on entitlement. Out of state tuition must be covered by out of pocket expense or by external funds. VA will not issue payments for any students eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill or the MGIB-AD until the school becomes fully compliant.
Do veterans automatically get accepted into college?
Some universities have lower acceptance rates than others, with certain schools accepting only four to five percent of applicants. But with a 100 percent acceptance rate, National University makes higher education accessible for all U.S. military veterans.
Does the VA pay for private colleges?
If you are attending a public college or university the GI Bill will pay your full tuition and fees. If you are attending a private or foreign university the GI Bill will pay your tuition up to an annual maximum amount, determined by Congress.
What college gives the most credit for military service?
Best Colleges for Military Credits
- Northwestern Health Sciences University. Northwestern Health Sciences University is home to a student veterans organization known as the Veterans Club.
- Cuyahoga Community College.
- CUNY – College of Staten Island.
- Penn State World Campus.
- Regent University.
Can I get 2 degrees with GI Bill?
Can I use the GI Bill to pay for classes toward more than one degree? Yes. After earning your first degree, you can use any GI Bill benefits you have left over to pay for classes for another degree.
What should I do with my GI Bill?
What Can You Use Your GI Bill For?
- College degree programs including Associate, Bachelor, and advanced degree programs.
- Vocational/Technical Training including non-college degree programs.
- On-the-job/Apprenticeship Training.
- Licensing & Certification Reimbursement.
- National Testing Programs such as SAT, CLEP, AP, etc.
Can I use my GI Bill for a master’s degree?
The GI Bill® will pay up to the highest tuition rate and fees of any public college. If you already have an undergraduate degree, you can use your GI Bill® benefits on a master’s degree. Whether you’re using your benefits for an undergraduate or graduate program, you’re allowed 36 months of full-time enrollment.
What does VA approved mean in education?
State Approving Agencies (SAA) are generally responsible for the approval of education and training programs in their respective states. They are the pathway into VA for a program’s recognition and identification as being eligible for the payment of VA education benefits.
What does it mean to be a VA approved lender?
To become an approved VA lender, mortgage companies must follow guidelines set by the VA, including a promise to verify that borrowers meet VA credit score and income standards. Although the VA doesn’t lend directly, it guarantees VA loans. This means it will repay lenders if the borrower defaults.
Is my condo VA approved?
In order to determine if a condo is VA approved or not requires a visit to the VA’s website. From there, if you know the name of the condo association, you are in luck. Just enter the name and you’ll have your answer within seconds.