When schools close, students can lose out on the tuition and time they invested.  If your school closes, get free help from our lawyers: Help@VetsEdSuccess.Org.  We’ve been leading the effort to push Congress to restore GI Bill benefits lost when a school closes.  In 2017, in the Harry Colmery Forever GI Bill – thanks in part to our friends at VFW, who spoke up for us at a key moment in negotiations – we got full GI Bill restoration for students during a few years window of time, covering when ITT and Corinthian closed, but only one semester restoration for most students.  In 2019, Congress has been working with us to give full GI Bill restoration to all students. We are grateful to the Congressional Veterans Affairs Committee for working with us to fix this. Click here to read the rules at VA for getting your GI Bill restored when your school closes. Get free help from our lawyers figuring out your rights:  Help@VetsEdSuccess.Org

What should you do if your school closes?

Andi, U.S. Marine Corps veteran, shares his experience attending Argosy University and critical advice to current and future military-connected students in higher education.

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