Our dedicated admissions representatives will assist your transition from the armed forces to your exciting career as a skilled mobile electronics installer. In addition, veterans receive a 10% discount on their tuition. If you're also entitled to military educational benefits through Veteran Affairs (CHAPTER 30), you'll find that pursuing your dreams is more financially possible than ever.
Veteran Assistance Programs for Tuition Financing
Installer Institute accepts many veteran assistance programs to help students cover the cost for tuition. Below is more information about each type of financial assistance program and links to official government websites for more information or resources. We understand that every student’s situation is unique, so please contact our admissions department to learn more about veteran financial assistance programs available for you.
The Post 9/11 GI Bill
Military service members who are still on active duty, were honorably discharged, or discharged with a service connected disability (after 30 days) who have at least 90 days of active duty service after 9/10/2001 may qualify to have full tuition covered, a monthly housing allowance and an annual books and supplies stipend. Visit the official government VA benefits page for the Post 9/11 Bill.
Montgomery GI Bill
The Montgomery GI Bill, also known as the MGIB, is available to active duty and selected reserve military service members. Minimum service requirements apply, visit the official government GI Bill website page for more information.
Veterans and service members may be entitled to additional services for job training or other employment services. The vocational rehabilitation program is to help veterans gain employment after service and ensure the best use of their VA benefits. Learn more at the official government web page for veteran benefits.