The Yellow Ribbon Program – What is it?

There is a great benefit program that is a complimentary program to the Post-9/11 GI Bill that can open up opportunities to attend other colleges that may not be fully covered under the GI Bill – The Yellow Ribbon Program.

The Yellow Ribbon Program is a matching funds agreement between institutions of higher learning who choose to participate and the VA.  Each school sets the amount they want to contribute to covering the gap after the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and the VA then matches the contribution.  Schools can choose to put a limit on the dollar amount, the number of beneficiaries they will award it to a year, both.  In some cases, schools will contribute unlimited matching to cover all costs combined with the VA’s matching funds.  A school makes the choice of if they wish to be a Yellow Ribbon Program Participating School, and schools are added every year.

We would like to hear from you:

  • Have you or any of your family members used the Yellow Ribbon Program?
  • Was it beneficial to you?
  • Were there any problems getting the Yellow Ribbon Benefit?

We want to hear from you!

 

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