How much is the stipend for Chapter 31?

How much is the stipend for Chapter 31?

Under the traditional Chapter 31 VR&E rates, a veteran without dependents may receive a subsistence rate of $653.96. Meanwhile, a veteran with at least two dependents is eligible to receive $955.92. Beyond two dependents, a veteran may receive $69.66 per additional dependent.

What is a monthly subsistence allowance?

A subsistence allowance is paid each month during training and is based on the rate of attendance (full-time or part-time), the number of dependents, and the type of training.

How much is the voc rehab stipend?

Veterans Readiness (Vocational Rehabilitation) Program Subsistence Allowance

Training Time No Deps Two Deps
Full-time $653.96 $955.92
3/4 time $491.38 $714.69
1/2 time $328.78 $478.83

How much does voc rehab pay monthly?

Rate of pay while in the training program is paid at the 100% tier level (regardless of the veteran’s actual tier level) and the housing allowance is zip-code based, but averages over $1,300 per month.

What is the maximum subsistence allowance for Chapter 31?

Effective 10-01-2013, the maximum monthly rate for Chapter 31 Subsistence Allowance is $2,515.80. This maximum rate was calculated based upon full-time enrollment for a Veteran with the following dependents: spouse, mother, father and 25 children. Election of alternate subsistence allowance under Public Law 111-377.

How is the rate of subsistence allowance determined?

The VR&E subsistence allowance rate is based on the rate of attendance (full time, 3/4 time, or 1/2 time), number of dependent and the type of training. Servicemembers and Veterans with service-connected disabilities may be eligible for the VR & E program.

When does the post 9 / 11 subsistence allowance rate take effect?

If a Veteran qualifies for the Post-9/11 GI Bill he/she may be eligible to receive the Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) rate for subsistence. Download the current subsistence allowance rates (in effect as of October 1, 2019) Post-9/11 Ch31 Subsistence Allowance Rate Information (effective January 1st each calendar year)

When do Va subsistence allowance rates go up?

Annual increases are based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI). VR&E subsistence allowance will automatically adjust with the new COLA rate within VA’s electronic subsistence allowance system effective October 1, 2020. If you are pursuing an educational or training program, you will receive an increase in your subsistence allowance rate.