Military & Veterans
Important Notice for GI Bill® Recipients
A new emergency bill has granted the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) the authority to continue GI Bill payments uninterrupted in the event of national emergencies (such as COVID-19).
The new law allows the VA to continue to pay benefits even if your program delivery method has changed from resident training to online training. You will also continue to receive the same monthly housing allowance payments that you received for resident training until January 1, 2021, or until JCTC resumes normal operations. View additional information.
Through the Office of Veterans Affairs any eligible student can make an application for VA Educational benefits.
We provide assistance if you are making your initial claim or if you ve used the GI Bill previously.
Through the Office of Veterans Affairs a number of educational programs are available to eligible veterans and their dependents. These include:
- CHAPTER 30 (Montgomery GI Bill®/Active Duty Educational Assistance Program)
- CHAPTER 31 (Vocational Rehabilitation)
- CHAPTER 33 (The Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Act of 2008)
- CHAPTER 35 (Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance Program)
- CHAPTER 1606 (Montgomery GI Bill/Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program)
- CHAPTER 1607 (REAP Reserve Education Assistance Program)
Please follow instructions and note deadlines.
Find out what you need to do if you have never made application for your VA Educational benefits.
I'm a Returning student how do I notify the VA Office that I m Enrolled?
Section 702 (The Choice Act)
Kentucky and Jefferson are in compliance with Section 702 (The Choice Act) (PDF, 2 pgs) for in-state resident rate requirement. If you are receiving VA education benefits and are being charged out-of-state tuition, please contact us immediately to resolve this matter.
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