Many universities partner with the Department of Veterans Affairs to make education more accessible to veterans. A school’s Yellow Ribbon program can provide vets with financial and community support beyond basic GI Bill benefits.
Schools on the list had to meet four criteria: accepting the GI Bill, participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a veteran or active duty service member student population of at least 20 students, and be in the top half of the Best Colleges rankings.
Online schools offer flexibility for veterans juggling school with their jobs and families. But on-campus schools provide better networking and higher GI Bill benefits. Here are points to consider to decide which is right for you.
When talking about using the GI Bill after getting out, most veterans’ first thought goes to attending a college or university to get a four-year bachelor’s degree. However, we know that going the college route is not for everyone.