Veterans

Benefits Programs for Veterans


CH 30 Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (MGIB-AD)

      The following documentation is required when you come to your appointment with the VSC:


CH 33 Post-9/11 GI Bill

      The following documentation is required when you come to your appointment with the VSC:


CH 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment

      The following documentation is required when you come to your appointment with the VSC:

  • VA Form 22-1905 (send to our office from your case manager)

Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act

The University of California provides a non-resident supplemental tuition exemption, effective July 1, 2015, associated with the new federal law, Section 702 of HR 3230 (Public Law 113-146), The Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act (VACAA). This non-resident supplemental tuition exemption aids those who would otherwise be subject to paying out-of-state tuition. Non-resident veterans or their non-resident dependents are eligible for the exemption if they can document that they meet BOTH of the following two requirements.

  • The student will be receiving education benefits under either Chapter 30 (Montgomery) or Chapter 33 (Post 9/11) GI Bill programs after June 30, 2015 while enrolled at UC.

AND

  • The student (or their military sponsor) separated from service in the active military within 36 months of enrolling in UC, after June 30, 2015.

Questions regarding eligibility of the non-resident supplemental tuition exemption may be directed to the Veterans Affairs Benefits Coordinator at 530-752-2020 or a Residence Deputy at 530-752-3639.