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Veterans and dependents receiving VA Educational Assistance must complete a WSU Enrollment Certification Request prior to each semester or term that they wish to use their VA benefit. This form requires the student's academic advisor's approval, so plan ahead! Failure to submit this form will delay receipt of your monthly GI Bill payments.
The ASWSU Student Veterans & Military Affiliated Students Committee (VMAS) is located in the WSU Veterans & Military Affiliated Student Center. Stop by and say hello!
A gallery of photos from the VMASS Spring Ceremony are available for viewing here.
Disclaimer: The WSU VA Office provides information about benefits and services available to WSU students who are Veterans or dependents of Veterans. Although we make an effort to discuss and/or provide information about all available benefits and services for which a particular student may be eligible, we cannot promise that all students will be informed of all benefits and services for which they may be eligible. Students are responsible for asking questions and seeking information, whether from WSU or from another state or federal agency or entity, regarding available benefits or services.
VA will no longer issue paper checks as of October 1, 2023. To ensure uninterrupted and timely PCAFC stipend payments, all Primary Family Caregivers receiving paper checks must complete the EFT enrollment process as soon as possible or before the deadline. Please go here for more information.
Beginning 1 August, Soldiers using Tuition Assistance (TA) are required to provide an Evaluated Degree Plan (EDP) prior to completion of two courses. Please go here for more information.
Effective 8 September 2023, Soldiers will no longer be able to request TA for future dated FY23 courses in ArmyIgnitED. Click on the link to the official announcement for more information.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill MHA payment for the end of March may be delayed by approximately one business day. Please see the full announcement for more information.
Microsoft Software & Systems Academy announces Cybersecurity Options as a core offering in its learning path starting May 22, 2023. View the pamphlet for more info.
The application for the March 2023 cycle of the Gilman-McCain Scholarship is closing soon. This opportunity is open to both child and spousal dependents of active or activated United States military personnel! Further details can be viewed in the newsletter.
Military affiliated students attending NAVPA member institutions are now eligible to apply for the 2022 NAVPA Scholarships. Read this document for more information.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is extending its financial hardship suspension on benefit debts through Dec. 31. Read the complete article for more information.
When launched, Soldiers will be able to request Tuition Assistance (TA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023, with course(s) that start 1 October 22 and beyond. Please view our prepared PDF file for more information.
The PACT Act, which covers veterans from Vietnam through Iraq and Afghanistan, is the most significant expansion of benefits and services for toxic-exposed veterans in more than 30 years and addresses a broad spectrum of toxic exposures. Read the American Legion article for more information.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has adopted Login.gov, allowing veterans to use the same login and password for multiple government websites. More information can be found here.
Post-9/11 GI Bill students who receive Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA) and/or kicker payments are required to verify their enrollment to continue receiving their payments. Here's how to do it!