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Do your programs qualify for the Federal Dependents Educational Assistance program? GI Bill?

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Asked by bkautzman Saturday Dec 11th 2010 in Financial Aid
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Depends on the program. The majority of colleges and university on our site will more than likely accept Federal Student Financial Aid and the GI Bill. What you need to do is contact the schools you are interested and talk with a financial aid advisor. They will have the specific information that you will need for using your GI Bill benefits.

Also, here is a very informative article that you might be interested in. It discuss how the GI Bill works - The Webb GI Bill.

If you have any other questions you may also contact us through this link - Contact Distance-Education.org.

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