GI Bill, TA benefits in jeopardy at Ashford University

Days after the Department of Veterans Affairs announced it was pulling Ashford University’s eligibility to enroll students using the GI Bill ― a move that could also jeopardize its tuition assistance eligibility ― the school believes it has found a fix.

Commentary: Supporting post-9/11 military veterans in higher education

Despite the well-established role of the GI Bill in transitioning veterans to civilian life, we do not know how many veterans take advantage of this hard-earned benefit. Nor do we have a good handle on how well veterans do in school, which degree programs they choose, or whether they achieve success in post-service careers.

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