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Educational Benefits for Veterans

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Each VA program requires different paperwork. Below are separate checklists describing how to start or transfer each benefit. If you are unsure about what program you are eligible for, go here to see a brief description of all VA educational benefits.

Veterans and Reservists/Guard

Starting or transferring Chapter 33: Post 9/11 GI Bill

  1. If you have never used this specific benefit before, go here and apply.
  2. Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affairs forms and bring them in, fax them to our office or email us signed copies. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out a an admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.
  3. We also need a copy of your Chapter 33 award letter from the VA. This letter tells you what percentage of the benefit you have been awarded and how many months of benefits you are entitled to.

Starting or transferring your Chapter 30: Montgomery GI Bill

  1. If you have never used this specific benefit before, go here and apply.
  2. Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affairs forms and bring them in, fax them to our office or email them to us. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out an admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.
  3. If you have never used benefits before, you must bring in a copy of your DD214.

Starting or transferring your Chapter 31: Vocational Rehabilitation

  1. If you have never used this specific benefit before, go here and apply.
  2. Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affair forms and bring them in or fax them to our office. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out a admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.
  3. We also need a VA Form 28-1905 provided by your case manager. If you don't know what this means or who your case manager is, please call or email us.

 Starting or Transferring your 1606 Select Reserve Benefits

  1. If you have never used this specific benefit before, go here and apply.
  2.  Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affair forms and bring them in or fax them to our office. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out a admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.
  3. We also need a copy of your DD Form 2384-1 Notice of Basic Eligibility (NOBE). This is a form you get from your unit. Talk to your educational officer or find out more about the NOBE and 1606 benefits here.

Starting or Transferring your 1607 REAP Benefits

  1. If you have never used this specific VA benefit before, go here and apply.
  2. Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affair forms and bring them in or fax them to our office. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out an admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.
  3. If you have never used benefits before we need a copy of your DD214.

 Military Students Called to Active Duty or Deployment

Students called to active duty or involuntary activated, deployed or relocated during an academic term may be able complete their e-Learning courses. In cases where it is not possible to complete courses, students are eligible for the 100 percent refund of tuition and fees, and a prorated adjustment on housing and meal plans. Returning military students are not required to re-apply for admission and are welcomed back as in-state residents for tuition purposes. Military students should notify Deb Rydman, the VA School Certifying Official, for assistance.

Dependents

Starting or transferring your Chapter 35 Benefits

  1. If you have never used this specific benefit before, go here and apply.
  2. Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affair forms and bring them in or fax them to our office. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out an admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.

Starting or transferring Chapter 33: Post 9/11 GI Bill (Dependents)

  1. If you have never used this benefit before, go here and find out how to apply.
  2. Next, fill out these two UAS Office of Veteran Affair forms and bring them in or fax them to our office. 
    • Fill out an Intake Form. This is a biography sheet telling us what kind of benefits you plan to use.
    • Fill out an admission application. You need to sign this application before every term you plan to use educational benefits at UAS.
  3. We also need a copy of your Chapter 33 award letter from the VA. This letter tells you what percentage of the benefit you have been awarded and how many months of benefits you are entitled to.
 
 

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