Spc. Tatiana Lafferty, a carpentry masonry specialist with the South Dakota Army National Guard, studies for an English class at Oglala Lakota College. (Staff Sgt.
Even on the best of days, we at VA know that providing for yourself and your family–and having financial stability and security–are some of the
One of the perks of serving in the military is being able to go to college on the government’s dime. But the number of service
After severe payment delays for thousands of student veterans expecting money for housing from the VA in the fall semester, those planning to use the
This federal program wipes away disabled vets’ student debt. They’re defaulting on their loans anyway.
About 42,000 veterans had been contacted, and 7,700 had had their loans discharged, according to information provided by the Education Department this week, leading advocates
Writing a college essay can be one of the hardest parts of the college application for veterans, who have been trained to stay quiet about
VA will assist GI Bill® students affected by the December closure of Education Corporation of America’s (ECA) approximately 70 campuses. VA is in the process
If a comprehensive package of veterans’ bills get signed into law, student veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill will be protected from late fees and
After reports of severe payment delays for thousands of student veterans expecting housing stipends this fall, those planning to use the education benefit for the
VA officials had previously told lawmakers the amount of work it would take to figure out how many were shortchanged might not be worth it.
Because of continued information technology difficulties with implementing sections 107 and 501 of the Harry W. Colmery Educational Assistance Act of 2017 (Forever GI Bill),
Today, VA announced key changes in the processing of GI Bill benefits payments under the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017 (Forever