William Jessup University fully participates in all educational benefits for veterans, including those related to the Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill, the Montgomery GI Bill and all other education benefits administered by the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs!
|Yellow Ribbon Program (Post 9/11 GI Bill)|
|Amount:||For students with 100% eligibility, all tuition charges and most fees are covered entirely.|
|Eligibility:||Benefit eligibility is based on length of service as determined by the Application for Benefits (VA Form 22-1990). For full explanation of Yellow Ribbon Program, click here.|
|Renewal:||Annually renewable. Student must maintain satisfactory academic progress as defined in the WJU catalog.|
|Application:||Application for Benefits (VA Form 22-1990)|
|Process:||After completing the Application for Benefits, the Department of Veterans Affairs will issue you a Certificate of Eligibility (COE). You will then need to submit a copy of your Application for Benefits (VA Form 22-1990), the COE and a copy of your DD Form 214 to David Judy (School Certifying Official) in the Financial Aid Office at William Jessup University.|
NOTE: Since GI Bill Veterans Benefits are based entirely on the number of units for which you are registered, it is imperative that you contact David Judy anytime you add or drop units. In addition to the tuition benefit of the Yellow Ribbon Program, students may also be eligible for these added benefits:
Book Stipend: Pays you $41.67 per unit per semester (up to $1,000 for each academic year).
Monthly Housing Allowance (BAH): To be eligible for BAH, you must be enrolled for 7 or more units per semester.
|U.S. Army Women’s Foundation Legacy Scholarships|
|Amount:||Up to $2,500 for the awarded year|
|Eligibility & Application:||To find out if you are eligible for this scholarship, visit the U.S. Army Women’s Foundation website to get more information.|
|Deadline:||February 1, 2013 (postmark)|