The GI Bill provides funding for tuition and living expenses for qualifying veterans as they pursue their post-secondary education. It provides the same for dependents of veterans who die in the line of duty.
However, dependents of 100% disabled veterans or those who die subsequent to their service only receive a stipend as they pursue their education. The stipend is not sufficient to cover all expenses, and therefore, these DEA-qualified individuals must find other financing to complete their education. Our vision is to provide these individuals with a scholarship to help them graduate without debt.