Military and VA Benefits at UEI College

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Military and VA Benefits at UEI College

Summary

  • Financial assistance available for veterans, active-duty members, and their dependents for those who qualify
  • Approved by the California State Approving Agency for Veterans Education
  • Military Family Scholarships Available
  • Available at UEI College Campuses*

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  • By submitting this form, I agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, which I have read on this website. I agree IEC Corporation and its affiliates, subsidiaries, and/or agents, including UEI College and United Education Institute may contact me via email, telephone, text (Msg&data rates may apply. Recurring msgs.); via automatic telephone dialing system and/or artificial or prerecorded voice, for any purpose. I understand I do not need to provide consent to receive any good or service.

MILITARY AND VA BENEFITS AT UEI COLLEGE

UEI College is proud to welcome you whether you are active duty, a reservist, a military spouse, dependent, or veteran. At UEI, you can you enhance your career and build on your military training, starting right now. We offer career training programs that allow you to pursue a rewarding career in several high-demand fields including healthcare, business, or trades.  Our staff and faculty are committed to helping you throughout your educational journey so you can build a successful future.

We know how difficult it can be to transition from military to civilian to student and that is why we are here to guide you and make your transition as simple and easy as possible. Our goal is to provide you with the best trade school experience available.

One of the many things that sets UEI College apart is that we provide military financial aid to those who qualify. If you are not sure whether you qualify, reach out to us today and we will explore any potential benefits you may be entitled.

UEI College is approved to train veteran students by the California State Approving Agency for Veterans Education or CSAAVE. All eligible students may apply for benefits through the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. For more information, please visit: www.vabenefits.vba.va.gov.

Summary

  • Financial assistance available for veterans, active-duty members, and their dependents for those who qualify
  • Approved by the California State Approving Agency for Veterans Education
  • Military Family Scholarships Available
  • Available at UEI College Campuses*

WHAT TYPE OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE?

UEI offers a wide range of financial assistance programs for military veterans, active duty members, reservists, and dependents to their career. UEI College is eligible to train students utilizing Tuition Assistance, the GI Bill®, Chapter 30/Montgomery, Chapter 31/VA Vocational Rehab, Chapter 33/Post 9/11,  and Chapter 35/DEA/Survivor & Dependents. Below you will find a brief overview of our eligible military assistance programs.

ELIGIBLE MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Tuition Assistance

This program is provided by the military and helps subsidize the cost of college to students who are currently on active duty. Spouses of active-duty service members may also qualify for additional assistant through the MyCAA Scholarship.

GI Bill-Chapter 30-Montogomery

This program, often abbreviated to just Chapter 30, helps provide special education benefits to service members and veterans with a minimum of two years of active duty service.

Chapter 31-VA Vocational Rehab

VR&E, or Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, sometimes called Chapter 31, provides services to services members who are deemed eligible or veterans who have a service related disability.

Chapter 33-Post 9/11

Students who have at least 90 days of active duty service after September 10th, 2001, and are on active duty or are a veteran who was honorably discharged, or was discharged with a service related disability after 30 days, you may qualify.

Chapter 35-DEA-Survivor and Dependents

The Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program, or sometimes called Chapter 35, provides training and education opportunities to dependents of veterans who are either totally disabled or permanently disabled with a VA rating of 100% due to a service related condition.

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I'm a U.S. Army Veteran. I served 8 years and got out in 2010. Graduating from UEI, it's a sense of accomplishment. If it wasn't for this course, I'd probably still be trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. I'm very grateful for this college and course I took.

David L.
HVAC Graduate
UEI - Anaheim

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