Trinity School of Medicine Earns Veterans Administration Approval
Approved for VA Benefits Including the Post-9/11 GI Bill
Trinity School of Medicine has been listed by the U.S. Veterans Administration as an approved International Medical School for students desiring to use Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits for their higher education.
The Post- 9/11 GI Bill is an education benefit program that gives Veterans with active duty service on, or after, Sept. 11 2001, enhanced educational benefits that cover educational expenses, provide a living allowance, and money for books and supplies.
Students eligible for the GI program will receive benefits under the following programs of educational assistance:
Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)
Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty (Chapter 30)
Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606)
Post-Vietnam Veterans’ Educational Assistance Program – VEAP (Chapter 32)
Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 35)
Educational Assistance Pilot Program (Section 901)
Omnibus Diplomatic Security & Antiterrorism Act
Scholarships to Support Service Persons
To further support and encourage the dedicated men and women who served their country and who intend to continue in the service of others through medicine, Trinity School of Medicine will introduce a Military Service Scholarship for a qualified applicant(s) entering the MD program in September 2015.
You served with honor and you’re ready to pursue a career in medicine. For service persons who are preparing for a career in medicine and who want to do so by earning their MD, you now have the ability to pursue your education and training with Trinity School of Medicine.
Pending acceptance to the MD program, apply for your VA benefits online, in person, or request an application over the phone.