James Hatch and his PTSD service dog, Mina, might stick out among other college freshmen, but he thinks this experience will make him a better
A federal court ruling could allow some veterans to use multiple VA education programs, extending their tuition assistance eligibility. (Master Sgt. William Wiseman/Iowa National Guard)
A change in Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits rules earlier this month means some student veterans will be eligible for larger housing stipends this semester.
During a speech to veterans in Kentucky, the president said the move would eliminate “$30,000 in debt owed by more than 25,000 eligible veterans”
Returning to school can be stressful. If it’s the first time back in the classroom, even the most battle-tested Vet may feel nervous. Many will
“I just wanted something that was going to be permanent and also wanted something that was going to honor our veterans in a unique and
The fifth annual Veteran Benefit Expo, the state’s largest veteran benefit resource event, will be held in Pendleton next week, July 27th at the Pendleton
Thousands of troops are paying for education benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill that they can’t or don’t use. (Alyssa Akers/Air Force)
Soldiers watch a training video during classroom training in February 2019 at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. (Scott T. Sturkol/Army)
House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Chairman Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., made a promise Wednesday inside the U.S. Capitol Building.
Veteran applications are now being accepted for the VET TEC (Veteran Employment Through Technology Education Courses) pilot program. VET TEC allows Veterans to receive accelerated
This fall, Syracuse will launch its “Veterans in Politics” program, which is designed to give veterans a crash course in what it takes to succeed