We do not anticipate any impact to your tuition and fee payment.
You must be enrolled more than ½ time (more than 6 credit hours) to be eligible for the monthly housing allowance. Students enrolled in 7-11 credit hours may be eligible for a reduced monthly housing allowance.
J-term and summer session courses are non-traditional courses (outside the normal fall/spring semesters). As such, they are certified based on the start/end dates of each course.
The University will certify resident courses converted to online modality as resident courses if the start date of the term is prior to December 21, 2020. This does not apply to courses that do not have a required in-person component.
The course end date will determine the last date you will be eligible to receive the monthly housing allowance (MHA).
GI Bill® students who opt to utilize the online option of a course that has a required in-person component or converted to an online modality solely due to COVID-19 will continue to receive the monthly housing rate for resident training from March 1, 2020, to December 21, 20
Book stipends are paid based on the number of credits you enroll in each term.
We do not certify books, meals, lodging, health insurance other fees that are not eligible for VA payment. Students are responsible for these charges, and all charges that remain on the student account.
Effective July 2020, VA benefits do not cover study abroad programs.
Students who become ill due to COVID-19 and cannot continue enrollment, should utilize the University's incomplete policy. We will work with each of school of enrollment to report incomplete grades on a case-by-case basis. You are not eligible for VA benefits while on a leave of absence.
You should speak with Student Financial Services regarding financial options.
A non-punitive grade is a grade that does not count as earned credit and that does not affect progress standards for graduation. Examples of non-punitive grades are a "NP" (no pass), a "NC" (no credit) or a "U" (unsatisfactory). The grades do not count as earned credit and are not calculated into the grade point average. GI Bill ® benefits do not cover non-punitive grades.