Information on Benefit programs for veterans including the GI Bill and the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Educational benefits under the GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon Program and many other programs continue to change. Visit the GI Bill Website for the latest information.
Chapter 30, Chapter 1606 and Chapter 1607
Montgomery GI Bill -Active Duty, Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve and Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP)
First-Time Benefit Users
Complete the online VA Form 22-1990 - Application for VA Education Benefits on the GI Bill website. Bring a copy of the submitted application and a copy of your DD-214 or DD-2384-NOBE (Notice of Basic Eligibility) to the VA benefits representative in the Registrar's Office for certification of enrollment.
Complete the online VA Form 22-1995 - Request for Change of Program or Place of Training on the GI Bill website. Bring a copy of the submitted form and a copy of your DD-212 or DD-2384-NOBE (Notice of Basic Eligibility) to the VA benefits representative in the Registrar's Office for certification of enrollment.
Vocational Rehabilitation - Disabled Veterans
See your Veterans Counselor for information regarding the enrollment certification process.
Post 9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act
Became effective on August 1, 2009.
Survivors' and Dependents' Educational Assistance Program
Complete the online VA Form 22-5490 - Application for Survivors' and Dependents' Educational Assistance on the GI Bill website. Bring a copy of the Certificate of Eligibility that you receive to the VA benefits representative in the Registrar's Office for certification of enrollment.
Mount St. Joseph University has established readmission policies and procedures for veterans who left the University to perform military service. These policies are consistent with requirements of the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
For more information regarding benefits programs or readmission policies and procedures, contact:
Registration & Records Coordinator/VA School Certifying Official
For additional help through the university admission process, contact:
Admission Counselor/Transcript Analyst
Office of Admission
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