What do I need to know about using the G.I. Bill for study abroad?
- Students may use the G.I. Bill to pay for CU Denver faculty-led programs, Semester in Beijing, Semester in Berlin, and some direct enrollment programs. Direct enrollment programs must meet certain criteria, which are listed below. In addition, students may use the G.I. Bill for exchange programs, although CU Denver does not currently offer exchange programs.
- Students may NOT use the G.I. Bill for third party programs.
- Courses taken abroad must count towards completion of the student’s major.
- The GI Bill will cover up to the in-state/resident tuition of the number of credits taken abroad and will not cover costs such as housing, insurance, airfare, food, books, etc.
- Whether or not G.I. Bill funds may be used toward other costs are determined by Veteran Affairs (VA) directly.
- The VA always considers who is administering the teaching/training (and not just who is awarding credit) when determining if funds from the G.I. Bill may be used.
Additional information can be found here.
See below for program stipulations: