You need to provide the Admissions Office with a copy of your military
transcript. They will post the amount of credit recommended by the
American Council on Education. It is ultimately up to your department
advisor to grant any credit towards your major.
We need copy 4 of your DD214 (multiple activations require all copies).
Additionally, first-time reservists should provide a copy of their Notice
of Basic Eligibility (NOBE). If you paid additional contributions
(kicker), submit one of the following: DD Form 2366; LES, if deductions
are payroll deducted; or DD Form 1131, Cash Voucher.
If you qualify for benefits under Chapter 30, Chapter 1606 or Chapter
1607, a monthly benefits check is deposited directly into your personal
bank account. If you qualify for Chapter 35 benefits, the check is issued
directly to you. Either way, it is your responsibility to ensure payment
is received by the USF Cashier’s Office by the tuition payment or
deferment deadline. Check here for the current monthly pay charts:
You must complete and submit a Benefits Request Form for certification for future enrollment periods to the Office of Veterans Services twice a year: March 1st for summer semester and June 1st for fall semester. If you are aChapter 33 (Post 9-11 GI Bill) student, you have to request certification every semester AFTER you have registered, as we report your tuition and fees on your certification to the VA. Active duty and less than half-time students’ certifications can only be sent to the VA when the semester begins.
If you drop a class and your status changes between full-time and part-time, yes you will. If you provide the VA with reasons for the withdrawal, you may be able to keep the money paid to you until the drop date. Failing grades are not reported to the VA.
You must complete and submit a Benefits Request Form for certification for future enrollment periods to the Office of Veterans Services twice a year: March 1st for summer semester and June 1st for fall semester. If you are a Chapter 33 (Post 9-11 GI Bill), student, you have to be registered, as we report your tuition and fees on your certification to the VA.
The same rule applies to active duty and less than half-time students.
There are two ways to conserve entitlement. You may choose not to receive
benefits over breaks, or you may use the benefits at a reduced rate. You
can ask to do this when you request certification for the next semester.