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Learn about transferring the GI bill to a spouse or a dependent
ACTIVE DUTY SERVICEMEMBER
RESERVE & NATIONAL GUARD
(NOT ON ACTIVE DUTY)
PA NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS
ACTIVE DUTY SPOUSE OR DEPENDENT
VETERAN SPOUSE OR DEPENDENT
REDUCED TUITION ON DREXEL'S ONLINE PROGRAMS
10-40% tuition savings on Drexel University's online programs
RESOURCE: Drexel University Online
MONTGOMERY GI BILL® (CHAPTER 30)
Provides education benefits to Veterans and Servicemembers who have at least two years of active duty.
RESOURCE: US Dept of Veterans Affairs
POST 9/11 GI BILL® (CHAPTER 33)
For Servicemembers who served on active duty after September 10, 2001. This benefit may include tuition payment, monthly housing allowance (MHA) or a books and supplies stipend dependent upon eligibility. Eligible servicemembers may transfer
all 36 months or the portion of unused Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits to a spouse, one or more children, or combination of spouse and child.
POST 9/11 GI BILL® YELLOW RIBBON PROGRAM
Drexel University entered into an agreement with the VA to fund tuition and expenses that exceed the tuition and fee amounts payable under the Post 9/11 GI Bill®. Servicemembers may be able to transfer Post-9/11GI Bill® benefits to a family
member based on service eligibility criteria.
FEDERAL TUITION ASSISTANCE (FTA)
Active duty, Reserve and National Guard personnel who take classes may be eligible for Tuition Assistance, an educational benefit that can cover up to 100% of courses taken during off duty hours. This benefit may cover college tuition
as well as some expenses like enrollment, and computer fees.
RESOURCE: Military Assistance Program
PA NATIONAL GUARD EAP
Members of the Pennsylvania National Guard who are residents of Pennsylvania qualify for tuition assistance from Pennsylvania in addition to Federal Tuition Assistance.
RESOURCE: PA National Guard EAP
Spouses of servicemembers on active duty who can start and complete their coursework while their military sponsor is on Title 10 military orders may be eligible for up to $4,000 education benefit through the Military Spouse Career Advancement
Accounts Program (MyCAA) program.
Download a copy of Drexel University Online's Military Education Benefits Chart
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.