GI BillĀ®

Starting Your GI Bill

The Veterans Administration administers several educational programs. For a detailed description of each program, please visit the VA website

To apply for benefits for the first time, please click on one of the following links:  

Reactivating Your GI Bill

If you are coming back to WSU or have already used your MGBI benefits at another school, here is how to get things started again:

Step 1: Reactivate Your GI Bill

Fill out an application for a Change of Place of Training or Program (form 22-1995) and bring it in to our office.

Step 2: Provide Our Office With a Copy of Your Class Schedule

This will need to be done each and every semester that you want to use your GI Bill.


GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at


Those who can no longer receive both VA Monies and Tuition Assistance:

The department of defense (DOD) will no longer authorize Tuition Assistance for classes for which the member is also receiving benefits under:

  • The Montgomery GI bill selected reserve program (chapter 1606 of title 10)
  • The Reserve Educational Assistance Program (chapter 1607 of title 10)

Those who can continue to receive both VA Monies and Tuition Assistance:

Or any other GI bill program other than

  • The Montgomery GI bill-active duty program (chapter 30 of title 38)
  • The Post 9/11 Bill program (chapter 33 of title 38)

This applies to any individuals who have or will enroll for spring semester. If you have already enrolled for Spring 2015 and have been processed for Tuition Assistance and 1606 or 1607, you must contact the WSU Veterans Services office at: 801-920-6382 and come into our office IMMEDIATELY. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN A HUGE OVERPAYMENT AND DEBT TO YOU, THE STUDENT