The GI Bill and How it Works

Educational Benefits Earned by Members of the Armed Forces
The GI Bill and How it Works
Posted on 3/4/2024

The term "GI Bill" refers to any educational benefits provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs earned by members of the armed forces and their family members. These benefits are designed to assist service members and eligible veterans cover the costs associated with receiving a higher education or job training.

Photo: —President Roosevelt signs the G.I. Bill into law on June 22, 1944 in the Oval Office while others look on.


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