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The Wisconsin GI Bill® provides a full waiver (remission) of tuition and fees for eligible veterans and their dependents for up to 8 full-time semesters or 128 credits (whichever is greater) at any University of Wisconsin System or Technical College System institution for continuing education, or for study at the undergraduate or graduate level. Character of service and active duty service requirements apply. The benefit recipient must reside in Wisconsin.
For veterans, there is no post-service time limitation for the use of the benefit. The veteran may attend full-time or part-time. Please note that the Wisconsin GI Bill® does not cover all educational costs. There may be certain fees that it does not cover though these fees are relatively small in comparison to the tuition and fees covered.
The WI GI Bill® requires that you maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA in all coursework taken at UW-Parkside to continue to receive the benefit. After grades post each term, your cumulative Parkside GPA will be used to determine if you will continue to receive the benefit. Your UW-Parkside GPA may be found near the bottom of your DARS report listed before your cumulateive Degree GPA.
If you fall below the minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA, you will not be eligible for the benefit until you once again achieve the required minimum GPA. The Veterans Certifying Official will notify you if you are no longer eligible through an official email sent to your Parkside email and will email you when you have regained eligibility.
Currently the minimum 2.000 GPA requirement for the Wisconsin GI Bill® cannot be appealed. You must regain the minimum 2.000 GPA for all classes taken at Parkside in order to use the benefit.
We want to help you get there faster! Contact Mary Jo Gdovin, Academic Advisor specializing in veterans and their children/spouses, for help planning your return to eligibility. Let Mary Jo help you pick the classes that will get you qualified again faster.
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