Benefit period

Benefit period means:
(1) For a course leading to a standard college degree:
(i) The entire enrollment period certified by the school; or
(ii) That period of time from the beginning of an enrollment period until the end of the individual's delimiting period; or
(iii) That period of time from the beginning of an enrollment period to the date on which the individual's contributions in the fund are exhausted, whichever is the shortest.
(2) For a residence course not leading to a standard college degree or for a correspondence course that period of time from the beginning of the enrollment period as certified by the school or the date the school last certified on the quarterly certification of attendance, whichever is later, to:
(i) The end of the enrollment period;
(ii) The end of the quarter to be certified;
(iii) The last date of the individual's delimiting period; or
(iv) The date on which the individual's contributions to the fund are exhausted, whichever occurs first.
(3) [Reserved]
(4) For apprenticeship and other on-job training that period of time from the beginning date of training or the date last certified on the monthly certification of training to -
(i) The end of the month to be certified;
(ii) The last date of the veteran's delimiting period;
(iii) The date on which the veteran's entitlement is exhausted, whichever occurs first.

Source

38 CFR § 21.5021


Scoping language

None
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