Vermont Veterans’ Benefits

In addition to federal programs such as the GI Bill, there are veterans benefits programs provided by the states.  The following are the Vermont veterans’ benefits programs for education in 2018.

Armed Services Scholarship

The Armed Services Scholarship is a State of Vermont program for the spouse and children of military members who died on active duty since 2001, or the spouse and children of Vermont National Guard members who have died while serving at any time. The scholarship can be used towards the completion of an undergraduate degree at a Vermont school. For Vermont state schools, the scholarship covers the full tuition; for Vermont private schools, the scholarship reduces the tuition. If the deceased was a member of the Vermont National Guard, applications are processed by the guard’s education office. All others apply to the Veteran Services Director at the Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs.

The Vermont State Tuition Assistance (National Guard Education Assistance Program NGEAP)

This program if for Vermont Guard Members and can be applied to any Post-Secondary School within Vermont and to select Technical Education Programs.

 

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For more information regarding Vermont veterans’ benefits, please visit – Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs

 

Related state military and veteran information:

State Veterans’ Benefits – By State

Vermont BAH Rates

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