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How to Find Additional College Benefits for Veterans

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert 511 replies3096 threads CC Admissions Expert
"he GI Bill is well known, but other education benefits for veterans and active-duty service members may not be.

While the U.S. government created and continually enhances the GI Bill, many colleges offer additional benefits for veterans that come in various forms, including tuition breaks, scholarships, priority registration for classes, academic credit for military training, specialized services for vets who have suffered brain injuries, free parking and more.

Student clubs and advocacy groups also aid veterans in their academic journey. Offerings vary by college, but prospective and enrolled students should check to see what's available to veterans and even students who are dependents of vets." ...

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