Post 9/11 GI Bill can be used for IT, Computer & Business Certification Classes @ LaSalle Computer Learning Center in Tampa, Florida. Read more about using your Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits.
Eligible students can use their VA/GI Bill benefits at LaSalle Computer Learning Center. LaSalle is proud to offer IT education certification programs for active and retired military personnel, including reservists.
Individuals who have access to VA/GI Bill educational benefits can utilize those funds for LaSalle Computer Learning Center’s programs to prepare students for industry certification exams by vendors such as Cisco, Microsoft, CompTIA, CIW, and more.
Through LaSalle’s hands-on blended learning method eligible military personnel can prepare for the Microsoft MCSE, MCSA, MCDBA, or MCAD, the CompTIA A+, Network +, or Security +, Cisco CCNA, CCNP or CCSP. Web Design and E-commerce programs are also available. If you don’t see the technology certification you are looking for please contact the VA/GI Bill training consultant for more information.
Don't delay in using the GI Bill -- these benefits are usually good only up to 10 years after you separate from the military. Complete the form to the left to request information and start your training today.
The Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB AD)
The MGIB AD (Active Duty) is available for active duty and veterans to help with education costs. The Bill provides up to 36 months of education benefits for:
- College, Business Technical or Vocational Courses
- Distance Learning including Correspondence Courses
- Certification Tests
- Apprenticeship/Job Training (Veterans and Reserve Only)
You qualify for the MGIB if:
- You contribute $100 a month for the first 12 months you are in active duty, or qualify under VEAP conversion. AND
- You are Honorably Discharged. Discharges "under honorable conditions" and "general" discharges don't qualify for the MGIB or VEAP. AND
- You have completed High School or have an equivalency certificate before you apply for benefits. AND
- You have served at least 2 years on active duty.
However you don't qualify if:
- You declined the MGIB AD in writing upon entry to active duty.
- You were commissioned through a Service Academy (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, Coast Guard Academy, etc.) Exception: If you qualified for the MGIB because of a previous term of enlistment, you don't lose it by graduating from a service academy.
- You were commissioned through an ROTC Scholarship and received more than $2,000 in ROTC scholarship funds in any one academic year (Note: This changed to $3,400 per year effective December 27, 2001). As with Service Academy commissions, if you fully qualified for the MGIB before being commissioned through an ROTC Scholarship, through a previous enlistment period, this doesn't apply.