CGU is an approved institution for veterans to utilize their educational benefits. As a veteran you are entitled to certain benefits under the various Veterans Administration programs. Contact Jake Campbell at email@example.com to help you determine your eligibility and to further discuss your grad school plans.
US Coast Guard Veteran
Active-duty personnel and military veterans are charged the standard tuition rate applicable to their degree. No CGU student who is not a resident of California is assessed any additional out-of-state tuition or fees.
Your first step to request a letter of eligibility from your VA representative. Once you receive this letter, submit it to the Registrar's Office and follow these steps:
All VA students must file an application with the Department of Veterans Affairs Western Region Office, Muskogee, OK. Students who have not previously received VA benefits must file an original application (veterans VAF 22-1990; dependents VAF 22-5490). Students who have received VA benefits in the past must file a Request for Change of Program or Place of Training (veterans VAF 22-1995; dependents VAF 22-5495)
If an original application is needed do one of the following:
Eligibility criteria and benefits for veterans vary. Listed below are various education programs or chapters that veterans may be eligible for from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (USDVA).
General and detailed descriptions of each program are online at gibill.va.gov/Benefits/index.html or the toll-free education number 1.888.442.4551 (1.888.GI Bill 1)
For questions or information regarding eligibility to receive VA education benefits or for current pay rates, please contact the Dept. of Veterans Affairs at 1-888-442-4551 or visit the VA website at gibill.va.gov.