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  • Article type: About

    How we determine your percentage of Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits

    We base your award of benefits on how long you served on active duty and certain other factors. Keep reading on this page to find out how much you’re eligible for. Or go to your Post-9/11 GI Bi...

  • Article type: Multiple FAQs

    How your reason for withdrawing from a class affects your VA debt

    If you withdraw from (or “drop”) a class, you may need to pay us back for the cost of any housing or books and supplies that we gave you money for. Your school may need to pay us back fo...

  • Article type: Multiple FAQs

    Montgomery GI Bill refunds

    You have 10 years to use your Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) benefits after you separate from the military. If you don’t use your benefits in this time frame, you may be able to get a refund of part...

  • Article type: About

    VA COVID-19 debt relief options for Veterans and dependents

    To help with financial relief during the COVID-19 pandemic, we paused collection on all new VA benefit debt created between April 6, 2020, and September 30, 2021. We also offered a pause on colle...

  • Article type: Multiple FAQs

    VA debt management

    Get answers to common questions about managing debt related to VA disability compensation, non-service-connected pension, and education benefits. Learn why you may owe us money and how to check y...

  • Article type: Multiple FAQs

    Waivers for VA benefit debt

    A waiver may be an option if you can’t repay a VA debt. Keep reading to learn about waivers for debt related to VA disability compensation, non-service-connected pension, or education...

  • Article type: Question and answer

    What if my school closes temporarily because of a natural disaster?

    A hurricane or other natural disaster can affect your education payments. Find out in which situations we’ll continue or stop payments.  If your school closes temporarily: During a term, ...

  • Article type: Question and answer

    Will I have to pay back the GI Bill benefits I used if I fail a class?

    No. If you finished the class, you won’t have to pay back the GI Bill benefits you used for that class. This is because we count a failing grade (or “punitive grade”) as progress ...