GI Bill

Asked October 29, 2013, 8:40 AM EDT

I was wondering if the post 9/11 GI Bill also covers online classes?

Live Oak County Texas education veterans

1 Response

I'm not familiar with the specific provision of this law and its benefits. From the limited research I conducted to answer your question, it appears that online classes would be covered. However, Texas A&M AgriLife if not affiliated with Texas A&M University, which would be the primary provider of formal coursework. We provide training and certain certification, along with some online classes but those are general continuing education, certifications, licensing support, or related education that is specific to a task. If your interest is in a formal degree program, I would encourage you to contact the office of admissions or the veterans office on campus to assist you with your questions and needs. They should have more direct experience and information for you. I listed a couple of links below. The first is a general information pamphlet on benefits for Post 9/11 veterans and the second one is a link to the veterans office on campus that is charged with facilitating admission to the university for veterans. Good luck!

http://www.gibill.va.gov/documents/pamphlets/ch33_pamphlet.pdf


http://veterans.tamu.edu