1 Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33 VA Educational Assistance APSU s Office of Veterans Affairs Online Orientation
2 By now, you should have... Submitted an Application i for Admissions Requested all required high school and/or college transcripts Submitted all requested military documents (DD Form 214 Member-4 Copy, AARTS transcript, etc..)
3 Am I Eligible? You may be eligible if you served at least 90 aggregate days on active duty after September 10, 2001, and you are still on active duty or were honorably: discharged from the active duty; or released from active duty and placed on the retired list or temporary disability retirement list; or released from active duty and transferred to the Fleet Reserve or Fleet Marine Corps Reserve; or released from active duty for further service in a reserve component of the Armed Forces. You may also be eligible if you were honorably discharged from active duty for a service-connected disability and you served 30 continuous days after September 10, 2001.
4 Montgomery GI Bill Ati Active Duty Dt Once you elect to receive benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), you will no longer be eligible ibl to receive benefits under the relinquished i chapter (30, 106a, 1606, or 1607). Individuals that make the irrevocable election to the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) from the Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (Chapter 30) will be limited to the amount of unused Chapter 30 entitlement. Example: You served 4 years of active duty after 9/10/01 and were honorably discharged. You are entitled to 36 months of Montgomery GI Bill-Active Duty, Chapter 30. You used 12 months under Chapter 30 and you now elect Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33. You will only have 24 months of entitlement left under Chapter 33.
5 Irrevocable Election VA defines irrevocable that cannot be revoked, recalled, or undone; unalterable election an act or process of making a choice Once you elect to receive benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30 or 1606), REAP (Chapter 1607) or Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), you will no longer be eligible to elect or receive benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33). Once you make a choice, you cannot changed it later. Even if you mark the wrong benefit on the application, you cannot change it.
6 Benefit Comparison Tuition and Fees Housing Allowance Book & Supplies tipend Post 9/11 GI Bill *Paid directly to school. Not to exceed highest instate undergraduate tuition at public school. *Paid at the E-5 with dependents BAH rate. Not payable for active duty recipients, those training at ½ time or less, or students enrolled entirely in distance learning programs. Paid directly to recipient. *Yearly up to $1,000 Paid directly to recipient. Not payable to individuals on active duty. Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty Monthly entitlement paid directly to recipient. Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserves Monthly entitlement paid directly to recipient. Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP) Monthly entitlement paid directly to recipient. No No No No No No *Proportionate amount will be paid based upon the percentage of maximum benefit payable by VA.
7 Benefit Comparison - continued Time Limit to Use Benefits College Fund/ Kicker Post 9/11 GI Bill Montgomery GI Bill Montgomery GI Bill Reserve Educational Active Duty Selected Reserves Assistance Program (REAP) 15 years 10 years Eligibility normally ends once you leave service Applicable percentage added to Housing Allowance $600 Buy-up Not Paid Paid at applicable rate, added to monthly rate. Can be eligible for 10 years after leaving service Added to monthly rate Added to monthly rate Added to monthly rate Not Paid Paid at applicable rate, added to monthly rate.
8 For active duty personnel Active duty completed after September 10, 2001 Percentage of Maximum Benefit Payable At least 36 months 100 At least 30 continuous days and discharged 100 due to service-connected connected disability 30 months to 36 months months to 30 months months to 24 months* months to 18 months* 60 6 months to 12 months* days to 6 months* 40 *Excludes entry level and skill training on everything less than 24 months.
9 Ati Active Duty Service Members Using Tuition Assistance or AMEDD VA will not pay for any portion of a course being paid by TA You must provide OVA with a copy of the DoD paperwork which identifies which courses are being paid by TA (DA Form 2171) VA Monthly Entitlement Active duty service members receive y tuition and fees reimbursement only
10 Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserves or Reserve Educational Assistance Program If, on August 1, 2009, you are eligible for one of these programs and you qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill, you may make an irrevocable election to receive benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Once you elect to receive benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), you will no longer be eligible to receive benefits under the relinquished chapter (30, 106a, 1606, or 1607).
11 For Reservists and Guardsmen Post 9/11 Service Percentage of Maximum Amount Payable At least 36 cumulative months 100 At least 30 continuous days on active duty and 100 discharged due to service-connected disability At least 30 cumulative months 90 At least 24 cumulative months 80 At least 18 cumulative months* 70 At least 12 cumulative months* 60 At least 6 cumulative months* aggregate days* 40 *Excludes entry level and skill training on everything less than 24 months.
12 Rate of Pursuit VA defines the rate of pursuit as the Example: measurement obtained by dividing the number of credit hours an individual is enrolled in, including credit hours applied to refresher, remedial, and deficiency courses, by the number of credit hours considered to be full-time training at the institution of higher learning (school). The resulting percentage (rounded to the nearest hundredth) will be the individuals rate of pursuit, not to exceed 100%. VA will consider any rate of pursuit higher than 50% to be more than one-half time training. ii 9 credit hours = 75% 12 credit hours
13 Application Process Complete the VA form (black ink only). Submit the application to the APSU Office of Veterans Affairs. OR Complete the Veterans ON-line APPlication (VONAPP) at Submit a copy to APSU Office of Veterans Affairs.
14 Certificate of Eligibility Issued by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and will include: Your VA Educational Benefits Chapter # Your eligibility status The number of months of your entitlement Your delimiting date Submit a copy to the APSU Office of Veterans Affairs APSU Office of Veterans Affairs cannot process your certification without a Certificate of Eligibility on file
15 How much will I receive? Based on your length of active duty service, you are entitled to a percentage of the following: Cost of tuition and fees, not to exceed the most expensive in-state undergraduate tuition at a public institution of higher education (paid to school); Monthly housing allowance equal to the basic allowance for housing payable to a military E-5 with dependents, in the same zip code as your school (APSU zip code is 37044) (paid to you); Yearly books and supplies stipend of up to $1,000 per year (paid to you); and A one-time payment of $500 paid to certain individuals relocating from highly rural areas. The housing allowance and books/supplies are not payable to individuals on active duty. The housing allowance is not payable to those pursuing training at half- time or less, or to individuals id enrolled entirely by distance learning.
16 How do I figure up my book and supply stipend? VA Formula for Book/Supply Stipend (not to exceed $1000 per Academic Year) Credit hours certified x $41.67 x % eligible Example: Post 9/11 Eligibility is 90% Fall hours x x 90% = $ Spring hours x x 90% = $ VA will only pay $ ($1000 per academic year fall payment = $549.96) Summer 2010 no book/supply stipend left for academic year
17 Federal Funds vs Post 9/11 Benefit Federal funds excluding Title IV (financial aid) will be deducted from the amount of tuition and fees reported to VA. Examples of federal fund programs: Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Health Professionals Scholarship Program (HPSP) Government Employees Training Act (GETA) Example: Fall credit hours in classroom Eligible for Post 9/11 at 100% Tuition $2,292 +Fees $ 612 Total $2,904 -MyCAA $2,292 VA $ 612
18 Rural Relocation Benefit An individual eligible for educational assistance is entitled to receive a one-time payment of $500 if the individual: Resides in a county with less than 7 persons per square mile (US Bureau of the Census); and Either 1. Physically locates at least 500 miles in order to pursue a program of education; or 2. Travels by air to physically attend an institution of higher learning if no other land-based method of transportation is available
19 Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement The Yellow Program is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of This program allows institutions of higher learning in the US to voluntarily enter into an agreement with VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the highest public in-state undergraduate tuition rate. At this time, APSU is not participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
20 Transfer of Entitlement (TOE) Through the Department of Defense (DoD) Implementation Each military service's Secretary has the sole discretion to determine if that t service will offer the Transferability of Entitlement option under qualifying chapters (30, 33, 1606, and 1607). You will need to contact the Department of Defense regarding the Transfer of Entitlement. Application Effective 28 June 2009, eligible service members will be able to apply through https://www.demdc.osd.mil/teb/
21 How long am I eligible? You will be eligible for benefits for 15 years from your last period of active duty of at least 90 consecutive days. If you were released for a service-connected disability after at least 30 days of continuous service, you will also be eligible ibl for benefits for 15 years.
22 Refund of Contributions A proportional amount of the basic $1200 contribution (Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty, Chapter 30) will be included in the last monthly housing allowance payment when Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33 entitlement exhausts. Individuals who do not exhaust entitlement under the Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33 will not receive a refund of contributions paid under Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty, Chapter 30. Refund of the $600 additional contribution is NOT authorized.
23 Overpayment of Benefits VA will determine the amount of an overpayment for an individual in receipt of the Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33 as follows: An individual who does not complete all courses in the certified period of enrollment, and who does not substantiate mitigating circumstances for not completing such enrollment, will be charged an overpayment equal to the amount of ALL educational assistance paid for that period of enrollment.
24 Changes in Enrollment If there is a reduction or termination of your enrollment certification, VA will bill you for tuition and fees, book/supply stipend, and monthly housing allowance Example You are certified for 12 credit hours VA has paid the school your tuition and fees You received your book and supply stipend and your housing allowance You dropped a course during the first week of class If VA paid your entire tuition and fees and the drop occurs during the APSU refund period, you will receive the refund for the course The school will report the change to your enrollment to VA VA will bill you for the course as well as any portion of the book/supply stipend and housing allowance associated with the course
25 How much will I owe? VA will send a letter advising i you of fthe debt and your rights You will have 30 days to make payment arrangements with VA
26 APSU Billing Keep in mind that when you drop one or more courses, receive grades of FA or FN, or withdraw from the University that you may also owe the University. Example: You are eligible for 60% of the Post 9/11. Tuition and fees = $2000 VA pays = $1200 Difference = $800 At the midterm point, you withdraw from the University. You are still responsible to pay the University the $800.
27 Overpayment of Benefits This means that you are responsible for any overpayment incurred as a result of not completing courses. Overpayments for tuition and fees will also be charged to you. The school does NOT determine the amount of the overpayment. If an overpayment is determined d by VA, then you will need to make repayment arrangements with VA s Debt Management Center (DMC) regardless of whether or not a refund was received from the school. If you have an existing overpayment on your record, your future benefit payments (including tuition and fees) may be withheld by VA until the overpayment is repaid in full.
28 Who to contact for overpayments? VA s Debt Management Center 7:30 4:00, CST VA/DMC P.O. Box St. Paul, MN 55111
29 Mitigating gcircumstances VA defines mitigating circumstances as unavoidable and unexpected events that directly interfere with your pursuit of a course and are beyond your control. These must be submitted in writing to the VA within 30 days of the withdrawal or reduction. Examples of reasons VA may accept are: 1. Extended illness; 2. Severe illness or death in your immediate family; 3. Unscheduled changes in your employment; 4. Activated (military deployment); and 5. Lack of child care. Examples of reasons VA may NOT accept are: 1. Withdrawal to avoid a failing grade; 2. Dislike of instructor; and 3. Too many courses attempted.
30 Enrollment Certification The school can only certify your enrollment to the U.S. Department of fveterans Affairs: 1. When exact tuition and fees have been charged to your account; 2. Only one term at a time; and 3. Processing time can be at least 3 weeks from the time our office receives all of your required paperwork. We encourage you to submit your paperwork in a timely manner to lessen the time to process your paperwork.
31 How do I register? How do I register? Office of Admissions will notify you of your admissions status and provide When do I register? you with a list of dates for the various When do I get an Academic registration and fee payment periods. Advisor? You will meet with an Academic How do I know what books to Advisor when you arrive at buy? registration. You must see an How will I find my classes? Academic Advisor in order to How do I know if I ve been complete the registration process. admitted to the University? Information regarding tuition and fees, How much is tuition and fees for class schedules and locations is listed my classes? in the Schedule of Classes, which is How many classes can I take? available at the Office of the Registrar website. How do I know what classes to take?
32 How will my tuition and fees be paid? Ideally... The school electronically ll submits an enrollment certification to VA. VA processes your award and sends tuition and fees to the school. Other fee payment options: Deferred payment plan (APSU s Business Office) Financial i Aid APSU s OVA deferment Cash, check or credit card
33 APSU s VA Deferments VA eligible beneficiaries may elect, upon formal application, to defer payment of required tuition and fees only. You cannot have an overpayment with VA. The deferments are issued on designated dates that are published on the APSU OVA website. The deferment cannot exceed the total monetary benefits you will receive for the term requested. The deferment only delays when you need to pay your tuition and fees. (no previous balances, parking tickets, library fines) The deferment is not a waiver of your tuition and fees. You are responsible to pay your tuition and fees in full.
34 How do I continue to receive benefits? You must: Matriculate within one term of enrollment Submit Prior Credit (PC) evaluation within two terms of enrollment Submit Certification Request Form (CRF) every semester Provide any and all documentation requested by the APSU Office of Veterans Affairs to process your claim to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs What is Matriculation? All documents required to make you a degree-seeking student have been received and evaluated by the Office of fadmissions i You have been officially admitted to the University What is Prior Credit? The portion of transfer credit, which, when applied to the specific degree program, shortens that program. Prior Credit must be reported to U.S. p Department of Veterans Affairs.
35 Prior Credit Evaluation To obtain a PC Evaluation: Office of the Registrar will send you a Transfer Credit Evaluation (TCE) or you can obtain one through AP Web Call your academic department to make an appointment to meet with the designated VA Academic Advisor to complete your PC Students who have not declared a degree program (major) will be assigned an advisor based upon their Student ID Tk Take the TCE to your appointment VA Academic Advisor has the necessary forms and will transfer the information required to your PC Any course substitutions/waivers must be documented and attached to the PC VA Academic Advisor and you sign Graduate Students PC is the approved Program of Study on file with the Graduate Office Why do I have to do this? Shows what credits transfer into your current program of study Shows what courses you must complete to earn your degree Gives DVA an indication of how many hours you have left to earn. DVA is paying for you to get a degree in the shortest amount of time possible Remember!!! VA Academic Advisor is not necessarily your assigned Academic Advisor Changing majors requires submission of a new PC Adding a second major requires submission of a new PC usubmit PC to the OVA Courses not listed as required on the PC will require additional documentation from your academic department
36 What is Certification Request Form (CRF)? What is a CRF? OVA form required every term to verify your enrollment status t When do I submit my CRF? Mi Main Campus Students -- once you have registered Ft Campbell Students -- once the Schedule of Classes is published What is continual enrollment? Continuous school attendance You qualify for break pay if: 1. Enrolled at least 1/2 time before and after the break between terms; 2. Break does not exceed thirty (30) days; and 3. Do not transfer to a new institution What is a CRF? OVA form required every term to verify your enrollment status What if I never submit a CRF? You will not be certified. You will not get paid. Remember!!! You must submit a new CRF every term you register/pre-register for Failure to submit a CRF will result in the termination of pre-certification The sooner you submit your CRF, the better. If you enroll in a non-certifiable course, OVA can inform you prior/during the drop/add ddperiod Allow the OVA ten (10) working days to process your CRF
37 Will all my classes be certified? OVA cannot certify... Repeat courses: you have already received a passing grade, even if you re using the CARE/FRESH Start policy Excessive Courses: you do not need to graduate; or courses taken to fulfill requirements which you have already completed Developmental Studies (DSP) on-line Audited Courses: you do not receive credit for the course (refer to the current undergraduate bulletin for more details) Have an undeclared major and the courses are not core requirements Electives: most elective requirements are fulfilled with military service and prior college. You must have your prior credit evaluation file OVA can... Assist you in certification for courses taken at other institution (Transient/Concurrent enrollment) Process tutorial claims Certify DSP courses that are not on-line Certify High School deficiency courses Assist in resolving payment problems Report mitigating circumstances
38 DSP and Remedial Courses Remedial/developmental studies courses cover the basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. Once enrolled in a remedial/developmental studies course, you must successfully complete the course with a grade of C or better. Remedial/developmental studies courses taught online may NOT be certified for VA education benefits. Remedial/developmental l l studies courses must be taught as conventional resident courses (in the classroom) in order to be certified for VA education benefits. Nashville State Community College (NSCC) will offer DSPR 0700, DSPR 0800, DSPW 0700, and DSPM 0700 on the APSU campus. However, you will have to apply for admissions to NSCC as a non-degree seeking student. You will also complete an agreement between ASPU and NSCC. For VA purposes, you have to provide APSU s Office of Veterans Affairs with copies of the APSU/NSCC agreement as well as complete the NSCC certification request form and deferment form by 1 (one) business day prior to the deadline date on the agreement.
39 Transient Enrollment For U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs purposes, p APSU s Main Campus and the Ft. Campbell Center are considered two (2) different institutions. Your Primary Institution is the institution that will grant your degree. The Primary Institution must validate the course(s) that you will enroll or are currently enrolled in at the Secondary Institution i are acceptable in your declared d degree program of study. If your transient enrollment is for an institution other than APSU, you must submit a completed copy of the coursework approval form (CAF). This form has to be signed by you, your Academic Advisor and the Office of the Registrar. You must complete the Certification Request Form (CRF) once you register for the course(s) and submit the CRF to your Primary Institution for approval. After the Primary Institution reviews the paperwork, the Primary Institution notifies the Secondary Institution of course(s) approval. If the course(s) are not acceptable in your declared degree program of study, the Primary Institution will notify you. Upon CRF approval, the Secondary Institution will process your enrollment certification to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. This will generate or continue your monthly entitlement.
40 Change in Enrollment Status (CIS) Drop/Add Courses Submit Change in Status in writing to APSU Office of Veterans Affairs within five (5) working days of the change OVA transmits change to DVA U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs processes the change - making necessary pay increases/decreases (allow days) U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will generate an Overpayment Letter for reductions which affect pay Failure to Attend Class You receive an FN or FA grade Failure due to absence will be reported to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as a reduction in your certified hours and receipt of a punitive grade VA will generate an Overpayment Letter for reductions which affect pay Withdraw after Drop/Add Period You owe the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs the money you have been paid for the course(s) dropped You may submit a request for mitigating circumstances You are granted a one-time exclusion (This will be determined by VA and not APSU.) Repay an Overpayment Contact the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs within thirty (30) days of the date of the VA Overpayment Letter VA has numerous repayment options
41 What happens if you drop one or more courses? Notify the APSU s Office of Veterans Affairs immediately If the change is due to mitigating circumstances, you must notify our office VA has the right to reduce or stop your benefits from the first day of the term which h may result in an overpayment py Mitigating Circumstances Unavoidable and unexpected events that directly interfere with your pursuit of a course and are beyond your control Examples: Serious illness or injury to yourself or family member Unscheduled changes in employment Problems with daycare Call up to active duty service Furnish evidence to VA
42 Yourbenefitswillbeterminated,ifyou... terminated, if.. Fail to submit a CRF Fail to matriculate within one term of enrollment Fail to submit Prior Credit within two terms of enrollment Fail to submit any documentation requested by the OVA Failure due to absence (FA/FN) Withdraw from the University
43 Title IV Financial Aid Change of Effective Date for the Exclusion of Federal Vt Veterans Education Benefits as Eti Estimated tdfinancial il Assistance for Purposes of the Title IV Student Assistance Programs On July 1, 2009, President Obama signed H.R. 1777, a bill making technical corrections to the Higher Education Act (HEA). H.R changes the effective date for the exclusion of veterans education benefits as Estimated Financial Assistance (EFA) to July 1, 2009 (beginning with the award year and thereafter). Therefore, institutions may not consider as EFA any Federal veterans education benefits, as defined in subsection (c) () of section 480 of the HEA. This exclusion applies to all Federal veterans education benefits regardless of whether the benefits are received by the veteran, his or her spouse, or his or her dependent. As in the past, veterans education benefits are not considered as income in calculating the expected family contribution (EFC) for a student.
44 How do I contact VA? Telephone GIBILL-1 ( ) U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Website Mail Need a question answered or want to check on the status of your VA claim U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs St Louis Regional Office P.O. Box St Louis, MO Click on Ask a Question & Find Answers
45 When do I visit the APSU s VA? To submit a Certification i Request Form (CRF) after you register for courses To report course adjustments (drop/add classes) To report changes and/or adjustments in your program of study (major), including minors, concentrations, and cognates To submit a Prior Credit (PC) Evaluation To report a change in your address, phone #, etc. To request a VA Inquiry and/or have questions concerning your VA Educational Benefits
46 How do I contact the APSU s VA? Telephone OVA Website OVA Mail In Person: (931) Main Campus (931) Ft. Campbell Center (put Veterans Affairs or VA in subject line) Office of Student Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs Austin Peay State University P.O. Box 4546 Clarksville, TN ATTN: Veterans Affairs Office of Student Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs Austin Peay State University Main Campus Ft. Campbell Center 601 College Street Ellington Bldg., Room 135 Clarksville, TN SSG Glenn H. English, Jr. Army Education Center Bldg. 202, Room 137 Ft. Campbell, KY
47 APSU Campus APSU Live Mail is the official and primary correspondence method. Once enrolled at APSU, you will be assigned an APSU Live Mail account. In order to logon, browse to the APSU home page and click on the Quick klinks.
48 Congratulations! You have successfully completed the APSU Office of Veterans Affairs online orientation. In order to exit the online orientation, you must complete the confirmation page. Please click on the following link to complete the confirmation page:
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