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Will the GI Bill pay for dental school?

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Will the GI Bill pay for dental school?

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Yes, the Post-9/11 GI Bill is designed to help military personnel return to school by covering a substantial amount, if not all, of the associated cost - even when that is dental school. Providing that you meet the requirements for the GI Bill, meaning that you have served enough time to get the maximum coverage and were not dishonorably discharged, then you will have a good chance of funding a large part of your dental school education. The GI Bill will cover the total cost of tuition and fees at public, in-state schools, but has a maximum funding limit for private schools, which changes every year. In addition to this, a student can expect to receive a stipend for housing, which is calculated based on the area you live in, along with funding for books and supplies, along with relocation funding if you have to move within your state to go to school.

For more information about using the GI Bill for school, check out this article: Are You Military? Get the Most From Your GI Bill Benefits

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