Veterans Education Benefits Office (VEBO):

VEBO, located in Schmitz Hall room 520, houses everything related to education benefits. Students using GI Bill benefits in their first quarter will need to fill out a “Veterans Credit Evaluation” form and have it signed by the Graduate Program Advisor. VEBO will certify your GI Bill benefits each quarter through a quarterly “Enrollment Certification Request” form, which should be signed by the Graduate Program Advisor or your First Year Faculty Advisor.

For veteran students that do not have GI Bill benefits which cover tuition for the entire duration of the degree, UW offers a veteran tuition waiver. This waiver may only be used for one degree at UW, but will waive up to 50% of in-state tuition rates. In order to apply students must send in a “Tuition Waiver for Veterans Graduate/Professional Students” application, copy of their DD-214, a “Certificate of Washington Domicile” (if not already classified as a WA resident), and be enrolled in a minimum of 10 credits to receive the waiver.

Office of the University Registrar:

To receive in-state tuition rates veteran students must be using the Post 9/11 or Montgomery GI Bill or are a spouse or child of an individual who separated from the uniformed services under these terms. To apply, submit a “Tuition Reduction for Veterans and Eligible Spouse/Child” form, “Certificate of Eligibility” verifying your GI Bill benefits, and copy of a DD-214 (“Member 4” of 90 days or more within the past three years) to the Office of the University Registrar located on the second floor of Schmitz Hall.

Scholarships:

There are many scholarships for military members of all branches and their families. Click on the link above for a full list.

Student Veteran Life:

Student Veteran Life is an on-campus organization dedicated to assisting Veteran’s transition to civilian life. Their office is in HUB 327, equipped with couches, free coffee, computers and free printing. They have various events throughout the year for veterans (yoga, camping, night out, etc.) and they also employ veterans through VA work study. Stop by or join their mailing list (vetlife@uw.edu) to stay up to date on events and learn about other resources.

Husky Veterans:

Husky Veterans is a student veteran group dedicated to creating unity, pride, and community among its’ members and the greater campus communities through a variety of social and educational events. Join their mailing list (uw.veterans@gmail.com) to stay up to date on events.

 

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