Globalnomad wrote:nukelaloosh wrote:http://www.gibill.va.gov/GI_Bill_Info/CH33/Tuition_and_fees.htm
Has anyone seen this chart? Does "per term" mean academic year or semester? The Texas "per term" amount of $12130 seems like it must mean academic year, but other states are so low it seems that it can't mean academic year.
Yea, it's kinda bizzare. Highest undergrad tuition in WA is $6,000, and they have $4,000 down on the list. But they do warn you....
This information has no relationship to, and should not be compared with, average costs of tuition and fees of public institutions within any state commonly referred to when considering educational options.
They do say that it is preliminary info, I bet you it'll probably end up changing again. Otherwise, standing by to get screwed.
I read that but to me it means that you shouldn't use their information as a guide for average state tuition...i.e. $12,130 will not be the cost of North Texas (it should be much less). This is because they are using only the highest tuition for the chart.
I agree that it will change (hopefully going up) and I get the feeling that the GI Bill site is intentionally vague for some strange reason.....