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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Montgomery GI Bill offers eligible recipients a monthly stipend while they are attending classes at a qualified training institution. This award is available to those who enlist in the U.S. military. There are two main programs: Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (MGIB-AD) is for active duty members who enroll and pay $100 per month for 12 months and are then entitled to receive a monthly education benefit once they have completed a minimum service obligation. Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR) is for reservists with a six-year obligation in the selected reserve who are actively drilling. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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tina m  on 9/25/2015 7:09:29 PM

My name is Tina. Im 56 years old partically disabled. I've applied to Savannah College of Art and Design. Begin Winter quarter. Im in need of Financial Aide, thats why i am applying

Krystine S  on 8/17/2015 10:11:44 AM

This is innaccurate. The GI Bill is earned through honorable service in the military. Recently separated veterans do not use the Montgomery GI Bill. We use the Post 9-11 GI Bill, which does not require you to pay into it. You should remove this from your site. The GI Bill is not a scholarship. It is a benefit of honorable service.

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