In-State Tuition for Veterans
Veterans, their spouses and their children no longer have to wait to establish “in-state” residency status when applying for college. Those who wish to use their G.I. Education Benefit Bill can now immediately take advantage of less-expensive “resident” in-state tuition rates at any state funded college, university, vocational school or vocational training program.
Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits-Chapter 31
connected disabilities; to overcome employment handicaps, and to maintain suitable employment.
You May Be Eligible for VA Vocational Rehabilitation If:
- You served on or after September 16, 1940;
- You have been rated with a 10% service-connected disability;
- You need Vocational Rehabilitation to overcome an employment handicap;
- You have been approved for Vocational Rehabilitation program after applying.
Educational Benefits for Training
Once you have been approved by the VA as eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation, please contact the VA office at the CNM Financial Aid office.
VA will pay…
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