On this page:
- Go to http://va.gov
- Under "Education" click on "Apply for education benefits."
Application Forms for Educational Benefits
|Benefit||Chapter Number||Application Form|
|Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty||Ch. 30||22-1990|
|Vocational Rehabilitation||Ch. 31||28-1900|
|Post 9/11 Veteran||Ch. 33||22-1990|
|Post 9/11 Transfer of Entitlement||Ch. 33||22-1990E|
|Survivors and Dependents Assistance||Ch. 35||22-5490|
|Montgomery GI Bill® Selected Reserve||1606||22-1990|
If you have received educational benefits previously, you do not need to file the VONAPP application again. You will, however, need to fill out a Change of Place of Training form. For chapters 30, 1606, and Post 9/11, this is the 22-1995 form or the 22-5495 form if you are using Chapter 35 benefits.
- If you are eligible for a college fund under other GI Bill programs, you will continue to receive your college fund payments. Rather than receiving them monthly, you will be paid a lump sum payment each term that you are enrolled.
- If you participated in the $600 buy-up under the Montgomery GI Bill® or REAP you will not receive that additional benefit under the Post 9/11 GI Bill®.
- Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program (ONGSP) is non-refundable to the student. For example, those eligible for 60 percent of the Post 9/11 GI Bill benefit, ONGSP will pay the remaining 40 percent tuition balance.
- If you have exhausted all 36 months of Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty (Chapter 30) benefits, you may qualify for an additional 12 months of benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33).
- If you are currently using and have not exhausted education benefits under Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty (Chapter 30), you can set up an appointment with our office to discuss switching to Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33).
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 website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.