Learn about your rights, options, and ways to fight back.
When your school closes or is disapproved for GI Bill, you face a decision:
- Should you transfer your credits to a new school? You might find out that not all your credits will transfer. That’s a tough reality about closed and disapproved schools.
- If you don’t transfer credits, you have “closed school” and “disapproved school” rights, including that you can get some of your GI Bill back, all of your Pell Grants back, and get your student loans erased.
- Do you need the housing allowance so you need to find a new school fast? If you want your “closed school” rights, you could start at the new school without transferring credits.
- Should you start over at your local public college, where you can likely go for free?
You face hard decisions. Our free lawyers and college advice counselors are available to explain your rights and options. Email: Help@VetsEdSuccess.Org or fill out the contact form below.
Below is information on your options as well as on emergency financial help if you need it.
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