Any veteran seeking to utilize their education benefits must submit an application to the VA. The VA determines eligibility for the benefits. The type of benefit you're eligible to receive determines what your pay is and how you get paid. The school does not determine eligibility for a benefit and school officials are not trained to give advice in which benefit is best for you.
The school's role is to report to the VA your enrollment information. This is called the Enrollment Certification. The VA requires schools to report enrollment separately for each course that begins or ends more than one calendar week after the start or end of the term. These courses, which are shorter than the length of the term, are called nonstandard terms.
Nonstandard terms affect the pay you will receive because benefits are paid from the first scheduled date of the class for the term in which you are enrolled. For this reason, the enrollment level reported to the VA for your benefit amount may be less than the enrollment reported on your school transcript.
Specific questions regarding your benefits, such as which one is best for you, should be directed to the VA.
VA CERTIFYING OFFICIAL
Brooklyn Park Campus
Eden Prairie Campus
- Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill -Active Duty (MGIB)
- Chapter 31 Voc Rehab
- Chapter 33 Post-9/11 GI Bill - served on active duty on or after 9/11/01
- Chapter 35 Dependents' Educational Assistance Program (DEA)
- Chapter 1606 Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserves (MGIB-SR)
- Chapter 1607 Reserves Educational Assistance Program (REAP)
Last updated by rsalmela : 2015-05-06 13:11:57