The Fight for In-State Tuition for Veterans

 

26 States have state laws providing a residency exemption to student veterans for in-state tuition.

9 States have a school or school systems that provide a residency exemption to student veterans for in-state tuition.

7 states have legislation pending.

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The VFW Fights for Veterans'
In-State Tuition

Legion Calls for Tuition
Fairness for Veterans 

SVA Testifies Before Congress
on Veterans' In-State Tuition 

Trouble w/ the GI Bill? 
1StudentVeteran Program

Resources for Student Vets:
Veterans Education Center
 

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@studentvets #InState4Vets

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Through the American Legion

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In light of the passage of the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 and the provided mandate for nationwide in-state tuition, we are working to reflect these state-level changes within our interactive map as they are enacted. SVA sat down with The American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars to unpack this landmark legislation and discuss what the measure means for student veterans, from benefits expansion to in-state tuition at public institutions. To view the full discussion, click the link below.  
 
The Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014
What does it mean for student veterans?
a Google Hangout on Air
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Please email instate[at]studentveterans.org with any inaccuracies or updates to the map.
 
The Fight for In-State Tuition is an advocacy campaign created by a partnership between the 
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), The American Legion, and Student Veterans of America (SVA).