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  • Veterans - Home
    Dec 05 2014 7 Ways To Stop Student Loans From Ruining Your Life Nov 20 2014 5 Myths About Student Financial Aid Oct 30 2014 Millennials Feel Guilty About This Common Financial Decision But They Shouldn t Oct 30 2014 more Veteran Services Founded in 1876 as a military academy Texas A M University is proud of its long standing tradition with the military Texas A M University has served student veterans since 1919 and is a national leader in service to our students who are veterans active duty military dependents and survivors We are committed to providing the best possible educational experience and service to all that attend our University and are proud to have eight Medal of Honor recipients among our Aggie Former Students The Military Admissions Office the Veteran Services Office and the Veteran Resource Support Center partner to fully support our military affiliated students Military Admissions Office The Military Admissions Office is available to help veterans and their dependents become admitted to Texas A M University Veteran Services Office The Veteran Services Office VSO is available to help veterans and their dependents maximize their college funding at Texas A M University Over 2 300 students both

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Home (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - FEDERAL VETERANS BENEFITS
    Contact Us Presentation Request Galveston Campus Qatar Campus Menu FEDERAL VETERANS BENEFITS VA Chapter Benefits Additional Benefits Resources TEXAS VETERANS BENEFITS Hazlewood Exemption Additional Benefits Resources FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid Tips Financial Aid Website Federal Shopping Sheet SCHOLARSHIPS Active Duty Veterans Scholarships Veteran Dependents Spouses Scholarships Scholarships Website Veterans Newsletters Contact Us About the Office Contact Us Presentation Request Galveston Campus Qatar Campus Home FEDERAL VETERANS BENEFITS FEDERAL VETERANS BENEFITS

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Federal-Veteran-Benefits (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - VA Chapter Benefits
    student s Request for Certification is processed by the VSO Eligibility Requirements and Applying for Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment VR E is for veterans who have a service connected disability Interested applicants need to meet with a VA counselor to apply for Chapter 31 benefits or apply online The basic period of eligibility in which VR E services may be used is 12 years from the date of separation from active military service or 12 years from the date the veteran was first notified by VA of a service connected disability rating Once the VA has determined a veteran s eligibility the VA Counselor will send authorization to the Veteran Services Office to certify enrollment and set up the benefit with TAMU Helpful Links More information on Chapter 31 Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill Benefit Description Recipients receive a monthly stipend from the VA and can receive up to 36 months of benefits Recipients who combine this benefit with one or more other Chapter Benefits can receive up to 48 months of total benefits The delimiting date for this benefit is 10 years from the last period of qualifying active duty service at least 90 days in length A recipient s benefit amount is affected by their training time VA Benefits will not be processed for courses which are not required for a student s degree plan and may or may not be processed for repeated courses All payments are sent directly from the VA to the student not to the school via direct deposit Benefits are paid in arrears after the training period For example a student receives payment for August at the beginning of September Payments are prorated for any partial months of attendance ex August December Payment amounts do not include enrollment break periods ex Winter Summer break The monthly benefit amount paid is based on the length of service category and DoD put Kickers into the MGIB Fund if applicable Recipients must verify enrollment at the end of each month by Web Automated Verification of Enrollment WAVE or by Interactive Voice Response IVR Visit the WAVE website or call 877 823 2378 Failure to very enrollment will result in non payment of the benefit For information regarding how to have non resident tuition waived exempted or paid as a non resident student see the Non resident Tuition Waiver Exemption or Payment section of our website For financial aid purposes the estimated housing expense in the estimated Cost of Attendance must be removed for any Active Duty Service Members with a FAFSA on file This may result in a reduction of financial aid eligibility If you would like to transfer from Chapter 30 to Chapter 33 please contact our office for proper guidance Helpful Links Category and Eligibility Requirements VA Rate Tables for Chapter payment amounts More information on Chapter 30 WAVE Frequently Answered Questions Chapter 1607 Reserve Educational Assistance Program Benefit Description Recipients receive a monthly stipend from the VA and can receive up

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Federal-Veteran-Benefits/VA-Chapter-Benefits (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - Additional Benefits
    completion of your approved degree program You must be enrolled at one half time or more Even if you are passing a course you can get tutorial assistance if your grade will not be credited toward completion of your program VA will pay up to 100 per month for your tutorial assistance The tutorial assistance you get will be in addition to your regular monthly education benefits for going to school The limit for tutorial assistance is 1 200 12 times the maximum monthly rate of 100 If you are training under Chapter 30 or Chapter 1606 VA will not charge entitlement for your first 600 of tutorial assistance For tutorial assistance over 600 VA will charge one month of entitlement whenever you receive an amount equal to the full time monthly rate you get for going to school If you are training under Chapter 33 or 35 VA will not charge you any entitlement for tutorial assistance Application for Individualized Tutorial Assistance Non Resident Tuition Waiver Exemption or Payment Military Personnel Dependents Non Resident Tuition Exemption Current members of the Armed Forces veterans and their spouses and children who meet certain eligibility requirements may receive the Military Personnel and Dependents Non Resident Tuition Exemption This Exemption exempts all non resident tuition and is processed by Student Business Services Additional information on this Exemption and the associated eligibility requirements can be found on the Student Business Services website under section labeled Military Personnel and Dependents Yellow Ribbon Program The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program Yellow Ribbon Program is a provision of the Post 9 11 GI Bill This program allows institutions of higher learning to voluntarily enter into an agreement with VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the in state tuition and fee rates The institution can contribute

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Federal-Veteran-Benefits/Additional-Benefits (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - Resources
    Other Institutions Texas A M students taking courses at other institutions can receive VA Chapter Benefits for those courses as long as they are required for the student s degree plan To receive VA Chapter Benefits at the other institution do the following Contact the other institution s veteran services office and submit the required VA documentation to that institution Fill out the Texas A M University s Request for Primary Institution Letter Form and then submit this form to the Veteran Services Office via document upload on the Financial Aid Portal fax mail or in person Room 205 of the Pavilion This form can also be found on the Forms page The other institution may require additional documentation The Veteran Services Office will then confirm that the courses you are taking are required for your degree plan and then submit your form to the other institution The other institution will then certify your VA Chapter Benefits for those courses How to Sign Up for Direct Deposit for VA Payments Students can sign up for direct deposit by submitting VA Form 24 0296 the Direct Deposit Enrollment Form to the VA or by calling the VA directly at 1 877 838 2778 If you have questions regarding lost or stolen checks please call 1 888 442 4551 How to Sign Up For eBenefits The Veteran Services Office recommends that all students receiving veteran benefits register for eBenefits through the VA in order to easily access critical veteran benefit documents Students who have already applied for veteran benefits can register for eBenefits on the eBenefit website Please visit ebenefits va gov for more information We recommend that students sign up for a Basic Account as it enters them into the VA s larger registration system and then sign up for a

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Federal-Veteran-Benefits/Resources (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - TEXAS VETERANS BENEFITS
    Office Contact Us Presentation Request Galveston Campus Qatar Campus Menu FEDERAL VETERANS BENEFITS VA Chapter Benefits Additional Benefits Resources TEXAS VETERANS BENEFITS Hazlewood Exemption Additional Benefits Resources FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid Tips Financial Aid Website Federal Shopping Sheet SCHOLARSHIPS Active Duty Veterans Scholarships Veteran Dependents Spouses Scholarships Scholarships Website Veterans Newsletters Contact Us About the Office Contact Us Presentation Request Galveston Campus Qatar Campus Home TEXAS VETERANS BENEFITS TEXAS VETERANS

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Texas-Veteran-Benefits (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - Hazlewood Exemption
    Description Pays resident tuition and required fees Recipients can receive up to 150 credit hours of resident tuition and fees exempted Maximum degree certified hours awarded will be dependent upon the degree or certificate program in which the student is enrolled for that term or semester and shall be consistent with the program length as defined within the school catalog as approved by the regional accreditation commission Hazlewood hours will be used to pay for tuition and fees for courses which are dropped after the 12th class day If Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan payments have already been applied to a student s bill and the semester in question has already begun or is a prior semester the Hazlewood Exemption cannot be processed for the semester in question More information regarding the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan and the removal of payments from student accounts can be found at sbs tamu edu If a child to whom hours have been delegated fails to use all assigned hours the veteran or conservator of the hours may reassign the unused hours to another dependent Only one person may use the Hazlewood Exemption during a given semester and all eligible recipients use the same pool of 150 credit hours of resident tuition and fees exempted to include the veteran The Hazlewood Exemption is considered to be a financial resource for financial aid purposes and as such may reduce a student s other awards need based scholarships grants loans or work study Eligibility Requirements for Dependents The Texas Veterans Commission establishes the rules for Hazlewood eligibility State institutions are required to use these rules to confirm Hazlewood recipient eligibility Dependents must Be the biological child stepchild adopted child or claimed as a dependent on the veteran s tax return in the current or previous tax year Be a Texas resident as deemed by the Office of the Registrar at Texas A M University Reside in Texas for each semester Hazlewood is used Be 25 years or younger on the first day of the semester or term for which the exemption is claimed Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress as determined for financial aid purposes Be state funded Students who are deemed non state funded by the Office of the Registrar due to having attempted an excessive number of credit hours are ineligible for Hazlewood Be registered for Selective Service if you meet Federal requirements for registration Veteran transferring benefits must meet the above Hazlewood Exemption eligibility requirements Veteran must agree to transfer benefits to their dependent If the veteran is deceased another legal guardian must request transfer of benefits on their behalf Dependent cannot have federal veterans education benefits dedicated to the payment of tuition and fees unless resident tuition and fees exceed those federal veterans education benefits Dependent cannot be in default on a student loan made or guaranteed by the state of Texas Dependent must provide the institution with all required supporting documentation no later than the last class date of the semester or term to

    Original URL path: http://veterans.tamu.edu/Texas-Veteran-Benefits/Hazlewood-Exemption (2014-12-14)
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  • Veterans - Additional Benefits
    Please contact your Education Officer to find out about tuition assistance programs through your unit Information on the Texas Tomorrow Fund If you wish to use your Texas Tomorrow Fund along with Federal or State veteran benefits please contact Student Business Services Office at 979 847 3337 Please note the Hazlewood Exemption CANNOT be used in conjunction with the Texas Guarantee Tuition Plan It you are currently using both the Hazlewood Exemption and the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan please contact Student Business Services Office at 979 847 3337 Non Resident Tuition Waiver Exemption or Payment Military Personnel Dependents Non Resident Tuition Exemption Current members of the Armed Forces veterans and their spouses and children who meet certain eligibility requirements may receive the Military Personnel and Dependents Non Resident Tuition Exemption This Exemption exempts all non resident tuition and is processed by Student Business Services Additional information on this Exemption and the associated eligibility requirements can be found on the Student Business Services website under section labeled Military Personnel and Dependents Yellow Ribbon Program The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program Yellow Ribbon Program is a provision of the Post 9 11 GI Bill This program allows institutions of higher learning to voluntarily enter into an agreement with VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the in state tuition and fee rates The institution can contribute up to 50 of those expenses and VA will match the same amount as the institution Texas A M University participates in the Yellow Ribbon program It is awarded on a first come first served basis Active duty service members spouses of active duty service members and Fry Scholarship recipients are not eligible for this program For more information concerning the Yellow Ribbon Program please visit benefits va gov Texas Residency for Active Duty Service

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