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Is there a VA rep that can assist me with using my GI Bill?

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Asked by djordan Saturday Dec 11th 2010 in Paying for College
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Yes and no. There will be an designated individual at your school's financial aid department who will be able to aid you in applying you GI Bill benefits to your education costs.

Also, you can contact the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Here is an article that might be of some interest as well - The Webb GI Bill: How It Affects the Military And Their Families.

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