The Veterans Center is a communal space to help ease the transition of student veterans into the academic setting. It is now a one-stop for all veterans services, including Resource Center, VA Education Benefit Certification, VA Disability Assistance, and Veteran Academic Counseling. The Veterans Center is staffed by a Veteran Coordinator, Veterans Services Specialist, Certifying Official and Academic Counselor along with VA work study students to ensure that all student veterans receive the adequate help, support, and resources to succeed academically.
Veterans Center services include:
VA has worked with Congress to preserve GI Bill® benefits for impacted students during this difficult time. The new law allows for VA to continue to pay benefits regardless of the fact that the program has changed from resident training to online training. Also, students will continue to receive the same monthly housing allowance payments that they received for resident training extended to June 1, 2022.
To maximize your MHA, you must be enrolled in at least one resident course and be enrolled as a full-time student.
How To Determine If A Course Is Resident Or Distance Learning For VA Certification
If you are unsure about whether a course is considered “RESIDENT” or “DISTANCE ” for VA certification purposes, please feel free to send an email to our Certifying Official, Debra Ayers.
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