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13 March 2020 – VA Suspends GI Bill Use at Five Colleges:
- Univ of Phoenix operates here in San Diego as well as online
- Colorado Technical Univ is mostly an online program
- American InterContinental Univ has online program
- Temple University has an extensive online program
- Bellevue University (never heard of them) also has online degree programs like the rest.
This week, the VA suspended future GI Bill use at five colleges due to deceptive marketing and recruitment practices. The five colleges are: University of Phoenix, Colorado Technical University, American InterContinental University, Bellevue University, and Temple University. The decision by VA will apply to all new enrollments, both in residence and online. The suspension will not affect those students currently enrolled in classes during the current term as long as there are no breaks in enrollment for current GI Bill beneficiaries. “This decision will affect over 16,000 student veterans and it should not be taken lightly,” said the VFW National Legislative Service Deputy Director Pat Murray. “This shows that preying upon student veterans comes with consequences.” VA is encouraging students attending or considering attending the schools to contact the department’s Education Call Center at 888.442.4551