The Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty, Chapter 30 is an educational assistance program enacted by Congress to attract high quality men and women into the Armed Forces. The program is administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). It provides educational assistance in the form of monthly payments for qualified soldiers enrolled in VA approved college level education and training.
VA approved candidates may be entitled to receive up to 36 months of education benefits under this program after completing the full period of enlistment. This applies if the candidate was discharged for the convenience of the government after completing: 20 months of an enlistment of less than three years; or 30 months of an enlistment of three years or more.
G.I. Bill Website
the site (www.gibill.va.gov): The G.I. Bill Website offers
information to the public about the G.I. Bill as well as a handy FAQ section
that quickly alleviates questions about the G.I. Bill. The site uses a
portal system called WAVE (Web Automated Verification of Enrollment) to allow
members to securely access data about the availability of educational
Department of Veterans Affairs Website
the site (www.va.gov): The Department of Veterans Affairs website
has the same wide variety of services the Department offers to active and retired members of the armed
services and their families, only online! These services include a Life Insurance
Program, Vocational Rehab and Employment Services, Home Loan Services,
information about compensation and benefits, Health Benefits and Services,
Burial and Memorial Services, and information about current military activities.
Information about the G.I. Bill