At 100% eligibility your authorized percentage is $41.67 per credit with a max of $500 per semester and $1000 annually.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill book stipend will be direct deposited to your bank account or mailed to you depending on what you selected when you applied. The book stipend will not be issued until after the semester starts so you will need to purchase your books before you receive the stipend.
If the semester will keep the student within the maximum length of 48 months, then the tuition, fees, and book stipend will pay out for the whole semester. The MHA will cut off at 36 months no matter where you are in the semester. If the semester will cause the student to go past the 48 month maximum, then all benefits of the GI Bill will cut off and only prorate based on the remaining benefit.
Funding will cover tuition only. No other expenses will be covered. Student will be responsible for all remaining costs of trip.
In a 15 week semester you need to be enrolled in 12 credits to be eligible for the full monthly housing allotment. In a seven week semester you need to be enrolled in 6 credits to receive the full monthly allotment. (On average, 12 credits equal four classes). Additionally, you need to be enrolled in at least one on campus class that runs for the entire semester to receive the full allotment. If you choose to attend completely online you will only receive 50% of the national average for BAH (per VA guidelines). A military advisor can help ensure you are scheduled correctly; click here to find the advisor for your campus.
If they meet the more than ½ time requirement and are taking all online classes you will receive 50% of the national average for MAH If the student is in-seat for any portion of the semester they will receive the in-seat rate for that portion.
If you are even considering withdrawing from a class you should contact your advisor, click here  to find a Military Advisor at your campus. The VA has certain rules about withdrawing and there are circumstances where you will owe the VA money if you withdraw from a class. Your Military Advisor can help walk you through this process and review all of you options.
The 25% military discount is in lieu of DU’s Silver and Gold scholarship. The Platinum scholarship is typically a better option.
Yes. To receive the discount the student must provide service members’ DD214 or LES and proof of dependency. Every semester the LES must be resubmitted. Must meet financial aid requirements of dependency.
Your TA application must be submitted prior to the first day of class.
Generally you need a copy of your degree plan, your class schedule, and a cost break down. Please contact the Military advisor at your campus to get these items, click here  for a list of Military advisors.
You must earn a C or better in any class for which you want TA to cover the costs.
TA payments are applied to your account after grades have posted.
Yes, Pell grants can cover your fees.
Any spontaneous military event where the student is issued orders will qualify for a military leave of absence. Deployments or annual training events are the most common.
First you should contact your advisor, click here  to find a Military Advisor at your campus and provide him or her with your orders. Your advisor will talk you through the Military Leave of Absence process, make sure the necessary paperwork is submitted and that you suffer no financial repercussions. Your advisor can also help you reschedule your classes so that you will stay on track with your degree plan.
If the student submits the appropriate paper work, usually orders, then he or she will not have to pay any money back to the VA or owe the school. However, the student will need to retake the class.
No, the VRAP program is reserved for Community Colleges and technical schools (not a university). For more information please visit the VRAP page. 
First you should contact your advisor, click here  to find a Military Advisor at your campus. Your advisor will determine if you are eligible for a Military Leave of Absence. If you are not eligible your advisor will talk you through the withdraw process or other options. Each student’s situation is unique and the VA’s policies on withdrawing from a class are very complicated so it is essential that you contact a Military Advisor.
When using the Post-9/11 GI Bill @ 100% eligibility and the student's rate of pursuit is greater than half time but not full time, students will receive 80% of their MHA allotment. Note: 3/4 time is defined as 9-11 credits per the IHL (Institutions of Higher Learning) explanation on the VA Website.