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What caused the GI Bill?

The GI Bill came about after World War II. President Franklin  Roosevelt signed the act into law in 1944 as a way to provide funds  for veterans to attend college.

How did the GI Bill effect society?

The Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944 or the (GI Bill of  Rights). It provided returning veterans the opportunity for a good  life via a free college education or low in

How much is the GI Bill?

  Only a recruiter can answer those questions, the amount changes; and can depend upon time served in the military, to MOS (military occupational Specialty).

What does the GI Bill do?

The GI Bill provides veterans and active duty personnel with up to $50,000 in tuition for college or vocational education. Make sure your not missing out on an amazing opportu

When did the gi bill start?

The bill began in 1944 to stimulate the economy and education of soldiers returning from war. It has its roots in a similar bill that came right after the Civil War.

How do you use the GI bill?

The GI Bill provides money toward education. If one is eligible, most universities will have someone familiar with the forms and processes to help you out. You can also cont

How did the GI bill effect education?

Allowed more people to afford college. Can you believe that certain colleges won't accept your GI Bill! This is absolutely crazy after all your hard years of service you migh

Benefits of the gi bill?

There are many benefits of the GI Bill. Of note is that an enlisted or veteran is eligable for up to $50k in benefits for college - books and tuition! Montgomery GI Bill Benef

Which president passed the GI Bill?

Franklin Roosevelt was the President when the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944. commonly known as the G.I. Bill of Rights.became law.