WCSU Covid-19 Information Fall 2021

Division of Student Affairs

Veterans Affairs

VA Services and Tools

  • American Council on Education (ACE): A military guide that provides detailed information for all military courses and occupations with the goal of recommending college credits for those experiences.

 

 

 

  • E-Benefits: Provides resources to Veterans, Service members, and their families to research, access and manage their VA and military benefits and personal information. A list of self-service functions can be found here.

 

  • GI Bill Comparison Tool: Provides institutional information as well as the estimated benefits you will receive while attending WCSU.

 

 

  • Transition Assistance Program (TAP): Provides information, resources, and tools to service members and their loved ones to help prepare for the move from military to civilian life.  Service members begin TAP one year prior to separation, or two years prior to retiring, and covers disability compensation, education and health care benefits.  

 

  • Troops to Teachers: Provides assistance to veterans who are interested in pursuing roles as teachers. TTT services can include financial assistance, counseling, licensing information, employment connection and mentoring. In order to qualify, veterans must meet certain service and education criteria and agree to teach for three or more years full-time in a qualifying school.

 

  • VA Debt Management:   Veterans or service members with an outstanding VA benefit debt (owed to the VA) can check the status of their current debt, find out what to do next to resolve their debt, and/or download VA letters related to their debt.

 

  • WEAMS: View WCSU programs and non-college degrees that are accepted for VA education benefits.  If a particular program or non-college degree is not listed here, please check with WCSU’s Veteran Affairs Coordinator.