Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)
Served minimum 90 days on active duty after 9/10/01. Transfer of Post 9/11 GI Bill to Spouses and Dependents. Yellow Ribbon Program
Reserve Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 1606)
Reserve and National Guard members. Contact your unit to verify eligibility.
Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30)
Entered active duty after July 1, 1985, and contributed $100 per month during the first year of service.
Survivors and Dependents Assistance (Chapter 35 or Fry Scholarship)
Available from military services to active duty or Reserve service members.
Tutoring fees are available for any student using federal GI Bill benefits with half-time or greater credit load, up to $100 per month. Check with a campus Certifying Official for more information.
Wisconsin GI Bill
If you entered the service as a Wisconsin resident, or have been a Wisconsin resident for 5 years and served 90 days active duty, you may quality for the Wisconsin GI Bill. Check with County Veteran Service Office for eligibility. 128 credit hours at any UW school or Technical College. Wisconsin GI Bill Form.
National Guard Grant
Members of the WI National Guard may receive 100% tuition reimbursement while earning their first bachelor’s degree.
Veterans Educational Program
Eligible veterans may use for tuition reimbursement at UW or technical schools up to first Bachelor’s degree.
Connected to the UW Hospital, combat veterans are eligible for five years of health care
Active duty, active-duty dependents, and retiree dependents eligible for Tricare are serviced by the Tricare North Region. Full-time student memorandums required by Tricare can be picked up at the Veteran Services and Military Assistance Center.
Veteran Affairs Dental Insurance Program
The VA Dental Insurance Program is for veterans enrolled in the VA health care system and dependents in CHAMPVA to purchase dental insurance
Dependents eligible for ChampVA can pick up full-time student memorandums at Veteran Services and Military Assistance Center.