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Apply for VA Benefits
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Apply for Financial Aid
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 New Students
  Ch 33     Ch 31     Other Chapters

 Continuing Students
  Ch 33     Ch 31     Other Chapters

 Returning Students
  Ch 33     Ch 31     Other Chapters

 Guest Students
  Ch 33     Ch 31     Other Chapters



 Chapter 33 | Post 9/11 GI Bill   
​   • 36 months of benefits 
    (15 years following release of active duty)
  • Full tuition fees paid to school
  • Monthly housing allowance
    (E-5 W/dependents for zip code 91355)
  • Annual book stipend     Read more

 Chapter 30 | Montgomery GI Bill
  • 36 months of benefits
     (10 years following release of active duty)
  • Monthly benefit paid to student  Read more

 Chapter 35 | Dependents Education
  • 45 months of benefits 
  • Monthly benefit paid to student  Read more

 Chapter 1606 | MG GI Bill Reserve
  • 36 months of benefits
     (generally ending separation day
  • Monthly benefit paid to student  Read more

 Chapter 31 | Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Full tuition fees and books paid to school
  • For further information please consult a
     vocational rehabilitation case manager 
     by calling  1 (800) 827-1000     Read more 



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Resource Center Helps Vets Transition to Civilian Life
Transitioning back into civilian life is no easy feat
for veterans, but for Tiffany Joa the process was made easier by her “hassle-free” experience at College of
the Canyons. Honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 2016 after 10 years of service, Joa enrolled at the college in 2016 and double-majored in history and liberal arts. “From the very beginning I was given all the information and support I needed in order to not only set up my academic plan, but also to execute it as well,” said Joa...    Read More


The President signed into law the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act also known as the “Forever GI Bill,” which will bring significant changes to Veterans education benefits. The law is named after the American Legion national commander who wrote the original GI Bill language in 1944, and will allow more Veterans to use the GI Bill and more time to use it. Some of the changes will go into effect immediately, and some are written to go into effect shortly after.    Read More

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