GI Bill


The GI Bill Programs are statutory entitlements that are administered by the military services and the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). Soldiers may receive up to 36 months in any one DVA educational assistance program and a maximum of 48 months of combined benefits if eligible for two or more programs. For the most current GI Bill information visit the DVA website.


TN National Guard Soldiers may be eligible for any of the following GI Bill Programs:

For Soldiers with a 6 year contract, high school completion, and IADT completion. 

Additional payment made with your GI Bill payments. 

For Veterans who served on active duty or AGR, served two or three years, had pay reduced by $1,200, and received an honorable discharge. 

For Service Members who serve on active duty after September 10, 2001 and receive an honorable discharge. 

An incentive for continued service offered to Service Members who qualify for the Post-9/11 GI Bill. 

The Yellow Ribbon Program allows institutions of higher learning in the United States to enter voluntarily into an agreement with DVA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the annual tuition cap. 

General Application Procedures for the GI Bill. 

Comparison Chart for the GI Bill. 

Students receiving GI Bill benefits must verify their enrollment every month. 

Scholarship allowing eligible Veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill or dependents using the Fry Scholarship to get added benefits.

Program that matches you with a leading training provider to help you develop high-tech skills.

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For More Information, contact your State Education Office:


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.