This page will make your life easier. The transition from deciding to attend our school and starting on the first day of class can be overwhelming. But never fear. The information on this page will help you throughout the process. If you have further questions, please review the contact information in each step or contact one of our Veteran Certifying Officials in Financial Aid at 304-367-4213.
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||Post 9/11 Ch 33||MGIB – AD Ch 30||MGIB – SR Ch 1606||REAP Ch 1607||Voc Rehab Ch 31|
ANY member who served on active duty after 9/10/01 in aggregate days:36+ months = 100%30-36 months = 9024-30 months = 8018-24 months = 7012-18 months = 606-12 months = 5090 days – 6 months = 40
Active duty exclusions include:-Service Academy graduate commitment -ROTC scholarship graduate commitment -Active duty served as a requirement for student loan repayment under chapter 109, 10 USC
* Members who serve at least 30 continuous days on active duty and were released due to a service-connected disability are also eligible for 100%
Members who first entered active duty on or after 7/1/85 and who had at least a two-year enlistment.
Generally, individuals commissioned as a result of completion of an ROTC program who received more than $3,400 while under an ROTC scholarship each school year and Service Academy graduates are not eligible for chapter 30
|Members who have a 6 year obligation to serve in the Selected Reserve signed after 6/30/85. If you are an officer, you must have agreed to serve 6 years in addition to your original obligation. For some types of training, it is necessary to have a 6 year commitment that begins after 9/30/90 Complete your initial active duty for training (IADT)||
Generally, a member of a Reserve component who serves on active duty on or after 9/11/01 under title 10, U.S. Code, for at least 90 consecutive days under a contingency operation, is eligible for REAP.
National Guard members are eligible if their active service extends for 90 consecutive days or more and their service is:-authorized under section 502(f), title 32, U.S. Code, -authorized by the President or Secretary of Defense for a national emergency, and -supported by federal funds
Active Duty Service Members to receive VR&E services:-Expect to receive an honorable discharge upon separation from active duty -Apply for Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment services -Obtain a memorandum rating of 20% or more from the VA
Veterans to receive VR&E services must:-Have received, or will receive, a discharge that is other than dishonorable -Have a service-connected disability rating of at least 10% -Submit a completed application for VR&E services
|Benefits||Each of following at your eligible %:-Tuition and fees paid directly to schoolBAH/month payable to an E-5 w/dependents in 26554 zip code paid directly to you - $1176-Book stipend of $41.67 per credit hour up to $1,000 per year paid directly to you.-Those at 100% eligibility and non-resident, can use the Yellow Ribbon Program to help pay for the non-resident rate at FSU/Pierpont||Since Oct. 1, 2010, the full-time monthly rate is $1426.00 for individuals who served 3+ years of service.Since Oct 1, 2010, the full-time monthly rate is $1158.00 for individuals who served less than 3 years of service.||Since October 1, 2010, the full-time monthly rate is $337.00||Since Oct 1, 2009, the full-time (12+ credit hours/ semester) monthly rate is$1,140.80 for individuals with at least 2 years of consecutive active-duty service; $855.60 for individuals with at least 1 year but less than 2 years of consecutive active-duty service;$570.40 for individuals with at least 90 days but less than 1 year of consecutive active-duty service||
100% of tuition and fees paid directly to the school.
Some other school supplies as deemed necessary by your case worker.
Using your VA benefits as a transfer student