Military benefits come in a variety of forms based on individual status, including tuition assistance and veteran’s education benefits, which include several types of GI Bill® benefits.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
CSU-Global is a military-friendly online college and will defer tuition payment while military benefits are processing. However, if a student is not eligible for benefits, or has reduced benefits, he or she will be responsible for any charges that are not covered.
Education and Training Benefit Factsheets are available through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and provide more information about the different types of educational benefits available.
If you have questions about the types of aid available, we encourage you to contact either the education office at your local military installation, or the Department of Veterans Affairs at 888-442-4551 or www.gibill.va.gov.
To speed up the military admissions process and ensure their military tuition rates and TA/VA paperwork is processed in a timely manner, applicants should review the following information and directions.
All new students must apply to CSU-Global Campus, submit official transcripts from all sources of credit, and receive a degree plan.
New military students must also complete and return the CSU-Global military information form through their student document center, as well as a copy of their DD-214s, indicating an honorable discharge, LES, or current orders. This documentation will ensure that students receive the proper billing rate, and that their benefits are processed in a timely fashion. Students who are going through the enrollment process can submit these forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently enrolled students can submit these forms directly to their assigned student advisors.
To use your VA education benefits, you must first apply for them through http://www.gibill.va.gov/apply-for-benefits/. The VA Regional Office in St. Louis, MO may take 8-12 weeks to process applications for educational benefits, so early registration is encouraged. If you are not sure which type of benefit you wish to use, contact the Office of Veteran’s Administration at 888-442-4451 with additional questions.
Once you’ve enrolled, submit a copy or screen shot of the completed application confirmation page to email@example.com or your assigned Student Advisor to alert the university that you have completed your application for educational benefits.
Students using Chapter 30, Chapter 35, Chapter 1606, and Chapter 1607:
You are also responsible for reporting/updating your attendance to the Web Automated Verification of Enrollment (W.A.V.E.).
Students using Chapter 31:
First contact your Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (VRC), located within your nearest VA Regional Benefits Office. Once approved, follow your VRC's instructions for completing required paperwork. If you have already been approved, please send your VRC's contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org, or directly to your assigned Student Advisor if you are a current student, so that your eligibility may be verified.
Students using Chapter 33:
Department of Veterans Affairs
CSU-Global Campus Military Outreach and Benefits Office
For VA Certification and Student Advising: