Cal State Los Angeles graduate Maricris Trask, right,, a mother and a U.S. Navy veteran, hugs another graduate following their July 27, 2021, commencement ceremony
Starting this month, all students receiving Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits must verify their school enrollment each month or risk forfeiting their housing allowance. The change has been planned
Veterans and active duty service members can get one step closer to student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. The post Veterans,
The Veterans Readiness and Employment Program or VR&E (formerly known as Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment or Chapter 31) is an alternative program to the GI Bill created to assist
Shortly after Jonathan Kline retired from 21 years in the United States Coast Guard, he decided, at 46, to go to college. Life in the
President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed into law legislation that will ensure full GI Bill housing stipends next semester for students forced into online classes
The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs is pleased to announce it has awarded grants totaling $600,000 to expand Campus Veteran Resource Centers at 15 community colleges and public university and bolster other services aimed at helping Oregon student veterans. Veteran Resource Centers are vital in helping veterans transition from military service to college life, complete their educational and vocational goals and successfully transition back into the civilian workforce and community.
Student vets taking remote classes next semester will still get full GI Bill benefits thanks to new plan
Congress on Wednesday finalized plans to extend GI Bill protections for student veterans still forced into remote classes by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, ensuring they’ll receive full
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona listens to leaders from local veterans groups during a roundtable at Manchester Community College in Manchester, N.H., on Nov. 4, 2021.
The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program waives debts for workers who have 10 years experience in federal or non-profit posts and have been making regular
KLAMATH FALLS — Klamath Community College is pleased to announce the college has received a $141,000 grant to provide commercial driver’s license training to military
With his Hillsboro High School hat and jacket on, Korean War veteran Chester Conklin said he always regretted that his military service prevented him from