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Who is the KWU VA Certifying Official?
The VA Certifying Official at KWU is the Assistant Registrar, Nissa Inzunza, whose office is located in the K-Dub Hub, Pioneer Hall Room 285. You can contact her at 785-833-4318 or email@example.com. Office hours: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday through Friday.
If you will be receiving VA Benefits, please fill out the Request for Enrollment Certification and submit to Nissa Inzunza, Pioneer Hall Room 285.
How do I use my VA Educational Benefits at KWU?
Service members and dependents can follow the Steps to Benefits Checklist to apply for educational benefits and provide the appropriate documentation to KWU. For more information, please contact Nissa Inzunza at 785-833-4318 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In what VA/Military Programs does KWU participate?
Veterans Administration Educational Benefits
A veteran of US Armed Services, widows of veterans, dependents of disabled or deceased veterans. Contact the KWU Registrar or your VA Education Benefits Officer for forms and details.
Post 9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance (yellow ribbon program)
full tuition; books up to $1,000; monthly housing allowance
Eligible veterans enrolled in VA-eligible programs can qualify for 100% tuition paid under this program.
What Other Programs are available for VA/Military personnel and dependents?
The U.S. Dept. of Education Office of Federal Student Aid offers:
- Advice to members of the military members and their dependents
- Scholarship information for military members and their dependents
Veterans and military personnel and dependents are eligible for the same Federal financial aid programs for which civilians are eligible. The application forms and processes are the same as well. Please see those described in detail elsewhere in this Website.
Check out the Marine Corps Scholarships!
What Is the role of the Student Financial Planning Office in regard to VA/Military personnel and dependents?
Veterans and Military personnel and dependents are eligible for the same Federal financial aid programs for which civilians are eligible. The application forms and processes are the same as well. Please see those described in detail elsewhere in this Website. Therefore, the Student Financial Planning Office assists veterans and military personnel and their dependents with the non-VA and non-military related programs and benefits.
Note that the role of the Student Financial Planning Office also includes the integration of the two types of assistance. It is the duty of the SFP Office to assure that regulations and rules governing these programs are followed. For example, Some VA or Military benefit programs are specifically awarded for the purpose of paying tuition and/or fees. Likewise, the KWU Academic/Activity Scholarships are specific tuition/fees credit awards. As such, the KWU Academic/Activity Awards may be combined with other specific tuition/fees awards up to the total of KWU tuition and fees. When the total of these two types of award exceeds the total of tuition and fees, the KWU Academic/Activity Award will be reduced so the combined total of these awards equals the KWU tuition + fees for the term to assure compliance with both sets of rules or regulations.
Where else can VA/Military personnel and dependents obtain assistance re: their VA/Military Benefit entitlements and processes?
Both the military and the Veterans Administration have encouraged Student Financial Planning and the Registrar's Office personnel to refer veterans and military personnel and their dependents to their VA Benefits Counselor or their Education Officer for this guidance and assistance. We stand ready to help you in any other way we can.