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Education Benefits

Veterans Administration Education Benefits Breakdown

The Montgomery GI Bill® has six different chapters and as a Veteran, you or your family members may be eligible for many of them. Part of our job here at the Veteran Services office here at JCC is to explain the differences and help you to decide which chapter would work best in your situation. In order to help us do this here is a chart of the different chapters available, along with their eligibility requirements and the benefits that they provide.

VA Education Benefits

Chapter Tuition and Fee's Monthly Payment
Chapter 30 – Montgomery GI Bill®
(Prior to 9/11)
None – benefit paid directly to the student $1789.00/month Fixed
Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation
(Run by VA Health Administration)
100% based upon number of dependents
$600 - $1000/month
Chapter 33 – Post 9/11 GI Bill®
(90 day of service after 9/11)
100% up to Max In-state Tuition $1492.00/month
(Adjusts in August)
Chapter 35 – Dependents Educational Act
(100% permanent disability)
None – benefit paid directly to student $1021.00/month

 

Maximum in-state tuition for NY is $12,120 plus Fees $12,293 = $24,413

Yellow Ribbon Program – VA and school split the amount of tuition and fees that exceed Maximum In-state amount

For additional information regarding the GI Bill® or its chapters please use one of the following links below or the link to the Veterans Administration Web Site.

VA Educational Benefits by Chapter

Chapter 30 Chapter 31 Chapter 33 Chapter 35 Chapter 1606 Chapter 1607          VA Website
             

Questions concerning any of these chapters can be addressed to any of the JCC Veteran Services staff.

Learn more about Financial Aid for Veterans at JCC.

 

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