Military & Veteran Affiliated FAQ
- I am a veteran student, how will the move to remote/online classes until the end of the semester affect my veteran benefits?
- How do I talk with someone in Military and Veterans Services?
- How do I meet with a Military or Veteran Program Advisors or SCO if the offices are closed?
- Will dropping or withdrawing from courses affect my veterans or military benefits?
- How do I get started with using my veteran benefits or tuition assistance?
The President signed a new house bill S.3505 protecting the GI Bill and allowing student to take classes remotely until December 21, 2020 due to COVID-19. Students are to continue to attend classes in order to receive the full monthly housing payment without penalty to VA. If you have more questions or concerns please contact the Office of Military and Veteran Services at: email@example.com or 703-503-6258.
If you have questions or concerns regarding your veterans benefits or military tuition assistance, please contact Military Services Office at 703-503-6258 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for concerns regarding veterans benefits OR email@example.com regarding military tuition assistance concerns. You will receive a response from a staff in the Military and Veterans office.
The college is not closed. The Military and Veterans staff are continuing to serve students remotely. Students can request a zoom meeting or schedule an appointment with staff. Please check the military services webpage https://www.nvcc.edu/military/contact.html for staff updated contact information.
Per VA policy, dropping classes after census date will create a student debt to VA. This is a VA regulation before COVID-19. If you have more questions regarding withdrawing or dropping courses due to COVID-19, please contact the Office of Military and Veterans Services regarding your situation at: firstname.lastname@example.org for veterans’ related concerns and email@example.com regarding tuition assistance. Dropping, withdrawing or failing to participate in your course remotely for the rest of the semester will have a negative impact of perhaps creating a student debt to VA in overpayment in monthly housing allowance and book stipend.
Students should contact a Military and Veteran program advisor if they need help with selecting the proper classes ensure courses are applicable to their degree plan. Please find staff updated contact information: https://www.nvcc.edu/military/contact.html.
Student veterans can submit their online veteran enrollment form (VERF) 24 hrs. after completing their enrollment in SIS https://dashboard.nvcc.edu/Default.aspx.