Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits
The University of Toronto is a Veterans Affairs-approved institution to process program reviews and certify registered University of Toronto students to receive Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits. Per Veterans Affairs policy, students must be in degree programs (studies leading to a degree) to be eligible to use their benefits at the University. The University cannot certify benefits for students in non-degree programs.
How Do I Apply?
Log into the Out of Province Request Portal and submit a U of T Veterans Affairs Benefits application. Upload the following documentation to the Out of Province Request Portal:
- A completed U of T Veterans Affairs Confidentiality Release Form (PDF)
- Certificate of Eligibility document provided by Veterans Affairs
All students must submit a U of T Veterans Affairs Benefits application, provide their Certificate of Eligibility document, and complete the U of T Veterans Affairs Confidentiality Release Form for each year that they wish to receive Veterans Affairs Benefits.
I Applied – Now What?
Students who have requested to be certified for Veterans Affairs benefits, but wish to request a cancellation for any reason should go to the Veterans Affairs webpage and go to “Submit a Question.”