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Montgomery GI Bill Kicker

Army Reserve applicants may recieve up to $350 a month on top of their MGIB. 

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I'm Specialist Faye Taylor; I'm a 37 Foxtrot, Psychological Operations Specialist. I'm from Owensboro, Kentucky from a really large family of 15.

I actually had a lot of difficulty completing my degree before the Army and I lost all my scholarships and realized I got to get through school.

A recruiter told me about the Army. The educational benefits pretty much attracted me to the Army.

I talked to a lot of the counselors' here on-post. They directed me which way I should go, how I could get my education back on track. They were right there beside me and I got my bachelors degree.

Using The GI Bill

The GI Bill is a federal benefit available to all Soldiers. Learn more about how the GI Bill can help you pay for your college tuition.

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Financial Aid Programs

The Army offers dozens of other financial aid programs in addition to your GI Bill benefits. The programs you will find on this page are the most commonly used programs by Soldiers interested in attending college.

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Earn Your Degree Through ROTC

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps enables students to enroll in elective leadership and military courses at colleges and universities in addition to their required courses.

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Post-Graduate Scholarships

If you have already earned your undergraduate degree, and you're interested in a post-graduate degree in medicine, law or the seminary, you may qualify for merit-based scholarships that will help you on your way.

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