Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Vets May Soon Qualify for In-State Tuition in Colorado

Today Colorado Governor Bill Ritter is expected to sign into law HB-1039, a Colorado House bill that would offer in-state tuition to all honorably discharged military veterans when they become Colorado residents. The bill would make it more affordable for out-of-state veterans to attend public colleges and universities in Colorado. You can find a history of the bill on the Colorado General Assembly's website.

The Post-9/11 GI Bill will pay the full cost of in-state tuition for military veterans. To read more about the latest GI bill and compare it with past versions, see the Department of Veterans Affairs GI Bill Website.

For more information on military resources, take a look at our guide.

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