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If you’ve used GI Bill benefits at a previous institution and wish to use the same benefit at Averett University, you will need to complete a change of program or place of study form, VA Form 22-1995. Forms can be completed and submitted to VA electronically through VON-APP portal found at http://www.gibill.va.gov
Complete VA Form 22-1995- Use this form when: you're changing schools, you're changing your educational, professional, vocational goal, you left your program due to unsatisfactory attendance, progress, or conduct; and you're now reentering the same program, or you were receiving VA education benefits as a veteran and now wish to receive benefits while on active military duty.
Complete VA Form 22-5495 if you’ve been using the Dependents GI Bill (Chapter 35)
If you have been using Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31), please notify your counselor that you have transferred so that benefits can be resumed without delay.
Once you have submitted the change of program or place of study form to VA, the Buffalo Regional Office or your Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor if you apply to Chapter 31, will notify you in writing as to the outcome of the request within a few weeks.Documents needed by School Certifying Officials:
Once you have applied to the VA for education benefits, the Buffalo Regional Office or your Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor will notify you in writing as to the outcome of the application within a few weeks.
After you register for courses at Averett University, James Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org), GI Bill Specialist, will certify your schedule with the VA.
In recognition of the service that the military provides to this nation, Averett University offers a special scholarship for all military members (active or reserve), DOD civilian employees, State National Guard employees, and their family members. Graduate and Professional Studies students must submit their applications to their enrollment counselor during the admissions process. This scholarship is available for all degree programs statewide and provides a 25% tuition reduction to those students enrolled on a full-time basis. This scholarship cannot be combined with academic scholarships offered through the traditional program.
Averett University is Military Friendly and we participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program
Averett University is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium and the SOC Degree Network System.
The SOC Consortium consists of colleges and universities committed to expanding and improving voluntary postsecondary educational opportunities for servicemembers worldwide. SOC Consortium members subscribe to principles and criteria to ensure that quality academic programs are available to active-duty military students, their family members, and veterans. A list of current SOC Consortium member institutions can be found on the SOC Web site at http://www.soc.aascu.org/.
Averett University is a member of the SOC Degree Network System, a subgroup of SOC Consortium member institutions selected by the military Services to deliver specific associate and bachelor’s degree programs to servicemembers and their families. As a member of the DNS, we have agreed to adhere to academic policies intended to support military students in their academic endeavors towards degree completion.
Averett University is approved for membership in SOCMAR and SOCCOAST at the bachelor’s degree level.