A recent issue that has been getting a lot of attention is veterans’ state residency status for GI Bill tuition purposes. Servicemembers just getting out of the military are having to pay out-state tuition rates because they have not lived in their chosen state long enough to claim residency, which is most cases requires one […]

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Since August, there have been three significant changes to the Post 9/11 GI Bill. While none of them have been across-the-board changes, each one does affect a number of GI Bill students. U.S. Territories Housing Allowance On August 28, 2012, the VA announced a change in how the Post 9/11 GI Bill Monthly Housing Allowance […]

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With all the articles in the news lately about for-profit schools, with their deceitful practices ripping off veterans and military member students using their GI Bills, it is refreshing to hear that the Servicemember Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium has drafted and accepted a Military Student Bill of Rights. The SOC Consortium is a network of […]

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Under current VA regulations, the Post 9/11 GI Bill housing allowance is generally tied to the zip code of the school’s location. However, in many cases, a school may have several satellite locations, but each of those locations do not have a separately registered facility code with the VA, so instead, the housing allowance is […]

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It is no secret that computing powers our world in everything from developing new products to finance to protection from terrorism, and that is not about to change anytime soon. Below are four great fields that are slated for good growth out to at least 2020. Homeland Security September 11, 2001 changed our world forever […]

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