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Savannah, Georgia 31419-1997
Armstrong Atlantic State University is approved by the State of Georgia as a training facility for veterans applying for VA Educational Benefits. The Armstrong Office of Veteran Affairs provides service to approximately 500 students attending the university.
- The Post-9/11 GI Bill/Chapter 33
- Montgomery GI Bill / Chapter 30
- Montgomery GI Bill / Chapter 1606
- Montgomery GI Bill / Chapter 1607
- VA Vocational Rehabilitation / Chapter 31
- Survivors and Dependents' Educational Assistance Program / Chapter 35
- Tuition Assistance -- Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard
- VA Work-Study Program
- VA Certificate of Eligibility
- DD-214 (if applicable)
- Kicker/Buy Up documentation (if applicable)
- College Fund documentation (if applicable)
This credit is applicable for new students accepted by Armstrong who have served in the U.S. military and who desire to have their military experience considered for transfer credit. Students have the option of accepting or declining 11 elective transfer credits for military experience with 3 of the credits satisfying the Armstrong physical education requirement. Any transfer credit received from a previous institution for military experience will be counted towards attempted hours for financial aid purposes. No more than a total of 11 hours will be accepted for military experience or as military transfer credit.
Proof of military service must be submitted to Enrollment Services (e.g., DD-124, AARTS, CCAF transcripts, etc.) along with the completed and signed form from the link below.
Military Transfer Credit Form
Students are responsible for paying all university bills. Armstrong and the VA do not have an agreement to process tuition/fee waivers; therefore, failure of the VA to pay students in a timely manner does not eliminate or delay students' financial responsibility to the university. It normally takes the Atlanta VA processing center 6-8 weeks to process new education claims, so please plan accordingly.
Armstrong's Office of Veteran Affairs does not process VA Advance Pay.
Veteran Students' Responsibilities
Veteran students at Armstrong have ongoing responsibilities to the VA. The Armstrong VA Coordinator closely monitors each student's enrollment status and academic program. The student's entitlement is based upon the number of credit hours for which they are enrolled.
- Have the Armstrong Notice of VA Student Registration by Term form completed by academic advisor and return to the VA Coordinator with a copy of a Schedule and Bill from SHIP.
Notify the Armstrong VA Coordinator if you:
- change degree program
- change schedule / ADD or DROP
- withdraw completely
- change address
Chapter 30, 1606 and 1607 Monthly Verification
All students receiving Chapter 30, 1606 or 1607 benefits must verify their monthly enrollment on the last day of each month or after. The benefit (monetary award) will not be released by the VA until this is done. Enrollment verification can be accomplished by using the VA toll-free telephone number 1.877.823.2378 or visit WAVE.
The purpose of this organization is to provide a college-based military veterans group dedicated to supporting the community, military members, fellow veterans and students.
- Any student who has honorably served as a member of the US Armed Forces,
- Students who are Active Duty, Reserve, or National Guard members,
- Students currently enrolled in ROTC,
- Students who are family members of current or prior service members,
- Students currently enrolled at Armstrong.
- No qualified student will be denied membership based on race, creed or national origin.
- Notice of VA Student Registration by Term (PDF)
- VA Policies and Procedures (PDF)
- Military Transfer Credit Form (PDF)
- Student VA Information Brochure (PDF)