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GI Bill

The Post-9/11 GI BIll

We are keeping our promise to America’s student veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill through this new legislation, enabling them to stay in the school of their choice.”

Chairman Jeff Miller

Education and Training Pays Big

The original GI BIll was introduced just before the end of World War II and provided returning servicemembers the opportunity to get an education to help them begin a new career after leaving the military. This committment to ensuring that veterans receive the educational benefits they deserve has been modified several times over the past half century, including the Montgomery GI Bill and the Post-9/11 GI Bill. The Restoring GI Bill Fairness Act of 2011,  was enacted into law in August of 2011. This change kept student veterans enrolled in the school of their choice by temporarily restoring the original Post-9/11 GI Bill method of paying tuition and fees based on the maximum in-state, undergraduate fee schedule.

The GI Bill remains one of the most important benefits that our veterans receive for their time in the service. Our warfighters are our most valuable assets, and there is no reason this should not remain the case when they step back in to civilian life. By providing them with an excellent education, the GI Bill helps them acquire the skills needed to obtain employment and remain valuable members of society.


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If you are using the Montgomery or Post-9/11 GI Bill, to find the most up-to-date information and to choose the school that is right for you, please click here.


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More About the Montgomery and Post-9/11 GI Bills

Many veterans have questions regarding their GI Bill benefits. The Committee participated in an online forum earlier this year, hosted by, to answer many of the questions veterans have about the GI Bill. Click on the link below to read the forum.

Learn more about the GI BIll here and here.