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Home > Military Education Benefits > Wisconsin G.I. Bill Tuition Remission Program for Dependents
 
Wisconsin G.I. Bill Tuition Remission Program for Dependents

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About: A 100% remission is provided to the qualifying dependents of an eligible Veteran. For qualifying spouses, the benefit must be used within 10 years of the date of death or the initial disability rating of 30% or greater. The spouse, or un-remarried surviving spouse, may attend full- or part-time. For qualifying children, the benefit is available from ages 17 through 25. The child may attend full- or part-time.
 
Eligibility: The benefit recipient must reside in Wisconsin. The qualifying Wisconsin Veteran must have been a Wisconsin resident at the time of entry onto active duty. Character of service and active duty service requirements apply. The qualifying Wisconsin Veteran must be
  1. currently rated by the federal VA with a combined service-connected disability of 30% or greater
  2. died in the line of duty while on active, Reserve, or Guard duty
  3. died as the direct result of a service-connected disability, as determined by the federal VA.
 
View more: Wisconsin Military Education Benefits or select another location to learn more about what is available.
 
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