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More information about the Out-of-State Tuition Waiver for Active Duty Military Personnel is available in the Catalog.Catalog: Out-of-State Tuition Waivers Updated Jan. 2022
- Why is the BAH not the amount I expected to receive?
- I receive Ch 33 benefits, when will my tuition/fees be paid?
- Do I need to pay tuition/fees upfront and then wait to be reimbursed by the VA?
- When I contacted the VA school certifying official, I found out I hadn't been certified yet. Why wasn't I certified earlier?
- How do I withdraw from my classes with a VA hold on my registration?
The school certifying official (SCO) releases an email to notify VA students that initial enrollment certifications will be submitted 45 days before the start of the academic term. At this time, students may ask any questions or request to not be certified. Submitting the initial enrollment certification 45 days prior to the start of the semester ensures that students' first monthly stipend will be issued on time.
The Department of Veterans Affairs administers a variety of education benefit programs. Many Veterans and active duty personnel can qualify for educational benefits. Currently, Georgia Tech participates in the following programs:
To start using GI Bill® education benefits, you must already be formally admitted to Georgia Institute of Technology. If you are a prospective student and need information about applying to Georgia Institute of Technology, please see the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Individuals wanting to utilize GI Bill® education benefits are admitted by the same standards as regular students. If you haven't already applied to use GI Bill® education benefits, please plan on applying at least two months before the start of your first term at Georgia Tech.