So, I'm getting to use this G.I. Bill when I start college in the summer. I'm still learning about it and how it works though. My main question is, is it possible to use the BAH from it to pay the first payment on an apartment? I'm moving half way across the state for college and I don't really know anyone up there, so I was wondering if any one knows if it's possible for that, so I can get a place up where I'm moving.
Yes you can, but remember, you have to pay for tuition and books. But if moving is where you can get an education, the answer is YES.
Well the bill gives a $1000 cover for books and all. It pays for tuition, and the classes as well. I'm just trying to find out if there's a way to get the money from it for the housing allowance to pay for the apartment before I've actually moved there.
Travis, make sure they do not require you to turn in a reciept for the tuition payment and books, if not, you can probly use it then.
The books they do not. The tuition and all others, they pay directly to the school. The housing allowance they give me a check, and its used to pay rent/utilities/whatever else I may need/want. That's why I'm trying to find out if I can possibly get the housing allowance before I do move, so I can use it to pay the first bill in getting the apartment.
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