You would need to serve an additional 3 years to get your full GI Bill if you had a 4 year ROTC Scholarship or attended a Service Academy. This of course is if you are asking about once you leave the military. If your asking whether you can use it while you are on Active Duty then No, but you can still use Tuition Assistance (No matter whether or not you had a scholarship or attended a SA) to help pay for a Master's.Quick question, if I graduate from a SA or ROTC program, can I use the GI bill to pay for grad school? How exactly would those benefits work- would there be a higher time commitment? Thank you in advance
ROTC Scholarship cadets have a 4 year AD Obligation and 4 year IRR if they choose to commission AD.scholarship grads (I believe even 2 yr scholarship grads) have 5 years of obligated service,
That's correct.since there is no funding by the service I would take an informed guess that immediately after their three years of service they would be eligible for full Chapter 33 GI Bill benefits. It might be a good idea to sit down with your college VA Services Rep and make sure I am right on this.