Veterans CBU Information
CBU is a Yellow Ribbon School and is committed to helping you prepare for the next stage of God's purpose for your life.
- 150 undergraduate majors and concentrations
- 36 graduate majors and teaching credentials
- Your choice of daytime or evening programs at multiple locations and online – not all majors offered at all times and location –see majors list for details
- CBU's online and professional school ranked #20 in the nation for Veterans for 2015
- Named by G.I. Jobs magazine as a 2017 Military Friendly School
- Experienced and compassionate faculty committed to academic, professional and spiritual success
- Military experience may transfer as academic credit
- A distinctive educational experience that prepares you for purpose and success.
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CBU Veterans Information
We have over 400 students utilizing their GI Bill here at CBU for the Fall 2019 semester and we graduated 139 VA students and dependents this past academic year!!
The Veterans Resource Center maintains records for each identified veteran. A record of transfer work is kept on file and the Veterans Affairs (VA) is notified of the transfer work accepted for each veteran.
At the beginning of their first term registered for courses at CBU, new student veterans and dependents must provide a written request to the CBU School Certifying Official (SCO) to initiate reporting of verification of enrollment and academic progress to the appropriate VA office. Continuing students are not required to submit written request to the SCO. Any changes in enrollment or attendance should be reported to the SCO. Satisfactory progress must be maintained as specified in the Scholastic Regulations Section under Academic Policies.
Student veterans/dependents requesting their classes be certified under Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill®) are required to submit a certificate of eligibility from the VA to the SCO. Student veterans under Chapter 31 Veteran Readiness & Employment (VR&E) case manager should submit an approved authorization via Tungsten Network directly to the SCO. For a period of ninety (90) days from the beginning of each term, students under Chapters 31 or 33 will not incur any penalty, including the assessment of late fees, the denial of access to classes, libraries, or other institutional facilities, or be required to secure additional financial resources to meet the student’s financial obligation which results from delayed VA disbursement.
The Veterans Resource Center is designed to be a place our student veterans/dependents can both obtain administrative support and just relax and study. It is strategically located next to the US Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) office and Office of Student Accounts. The Veterans Resource Center is co-located with the Office of Student Success to provide ready access to tutoring, testing, and Disability Services.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). For more information about VA educational benefits, visit www.gibill.va.gov