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Serving Those Who Have Served

Our Commitment to Student Veterans

We here at SWTDT not only strive to provide a quality training program to our Nations Hero’s but, we also have numerous Veterans on our corporate and campus staffs.  Our Veterans have been where you have been and are experienced not only within the trucking industry but,  serving in Uniform as well.  We are familiar with the unique challenges that Veterans experience and strive to guide our Nation’s Hero’s through these challenges at every step of the way.  Our students are and always will be our first priority.


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At Southwest Truck Driver Training, we offer you, the military student a quality CDL training program experience to help you achieve your in-service and post-service goals.

At SWTDT, all military students including Active Duty, Reserves, National Guard, Veterans and spouses of service members will have a team of dedicated admissions, financial aid and advising representatives trained in and focused on meeting your unique needs as a military student.


Post 9/11 GI Bill® Participants

Southwest Truck Driver Training participates in the Post 9/11 GI Bill®. Our Veterans Financial Services staff will diligently assist you in applying for your Veterans Educational Benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Depending upon what you are VA Educational benefit you might be eligible for i.e. (1606, 1607, Ch 30, or Ch33) will can assist you in submitting the correct paperwork to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Travis Williams is the Director of Veteran Affairs for SWTDT and is the primary point of contact. Travis has almost a decade of experience as our Director of Job Placement in addition to being a Veteran himself with close to 6 years in uniform as a United States Army Infantryman.

GI Bill® Process at a Glance *

Step 1

Apply and get accepted to our institution

Step 2

Decide which GI Bill® you qualify for and best fits your needs

Step 3

There are multiple GI Bill® benefits for which you might qualify. To understand your options, review the following:

  1. The VA has a detailed GI Bill® comparison chart
  2. VA website
  3. VA benefits are also available to survivors and dependents of certain veterans.
Step 4

Each GI Bill® is different but the amount you qualify for under any of them is based on the combination of consecutive time on active duty, semester course load, and type of education you are pursuing.

Step 5

If you wish to receive benefits under the Post-9/11 GI Bill® AND you are eligible for multiple additional GI Bill® options you will be required to make an irrevocable choice of which benefit to receive.

Step 6

Fill out and submit your application via the Veterans On-Line Application (VONAPP)

    1. Complete form 22-1990 - If you are a 1st time user of or new applicant for VA benefits for either bill/chapter
    2. Complete form 22-1995 - If you have used your GI bill before and are making a program change or re-applying or transferring to this school
Step 7
  1. The VA will then process your application and send you a Certificate of Eligibility letter. The C.O.E. will detail the percentage of benefits (ranging from 40 to 100%) you are eligible to receive through the VA
    1. If you have a copy of your C.O.E. then please forward a copy to us.
    2. It may take a while for the VA to issue the Certificate of Eligibility Letter to you. In the interim, you may send us one of the following documents as a substitution if using Chapter 33
      1. DD214 - Separated from the military
        1. with the confirmation # for your VA Educational Benefits Application
        2. Mark clearly that you are using the Post-9/11 GI Bill
      2. Copy of your 22-1990 Application including the confirmation page.

* You will work with a dedicated member of our staff throughout this entire process.

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