A veteran and/or eligible person must make satisfactory progress toward an approved educational objective leading to employment. Veteran and/or eligible person Standard of Progress will be determined utilizing the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy as listed in the college school consisting of overall grade point average, pace, program length, maximum time for completion, attendance and/or conduct.
To apply for VA education benefits, you must complete the VA.GOV electronic application. (The VA is also used if you are claiming education benefits as a spouse/dependent of a veteran or if you have previously used VA education benefits.) Please allow 4-6 weeks for your application to be processed. Please contact the VA Regional Office Customer Service Department at 1-888-442-4551, if you have any questions pertaining to G.I. Bill Benefits.
Department of Education’s Shopping Sheet Example.
In compliance with section 103 of the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018, Southeast Community College will not impose the following penalties to covered individuals* due to the delayed disbursement of funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs:
To qualify for this provision, such students are required to:
This provision ends on the earlier of the following dates:
*A covered individual is defined as any individual who is entitled to educational assistance under Chapter 31, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Services, or Chapter 33, Post 9/11 G.I. Bill®
If an individual is unable to meet a financial obligation to the institution due to delayed disbursement of a payment under Chapter 31 or 33, and the amount of the disbursement is less than anticipated, the institution may require additional payment or may impose a fee for the amount. This is the difference between the amount of the financial obligation and the amount of the disbursement.
To receive a financial aid award in a timely manner, specific steps must be followed. We recommend completion of both Steps 1 and 2 below at the same time.
Please make sure all of your paperwork is completed by the dates and deadlines set.
The scholarship program was established to promote and encourage interest in education for the students planning to enroll, to reduce the student's financial obligation and to recognize outstanding academic achievement in course work already completed at SCC. Scholarships are considered gift aid and do not require repayment unless the donor has clearly indicated repayment procedures in the scholarship announcement.
The SCC Educational Foundation was organized in 1975, with the sole intent of maintaining, developing and extending services to the College and to further educational opportunities to students, staff and the residents of the 15-county area which it serves.
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To qualify, please turn in Authorization form to the Business Office
Chief Robyn Huskey
Go Army help desk 800-817-9990
MyCAA Customer Service
Coast Guard: 405-954-7233
Please check with your Unit Commanding Officer or Acting Officer
Please check with your Commanding Officer or Acting Officer
If payment has been made using financial aid funding (FAFSA), student will be reimbursed 2-3 weeks after Financial Aid Refund check, if authorization form was turned in on time.