MILITARY FRIENDLY

SCC wants to widen your options for professional training and continuing education.  Our professional staff will assist active duty service members, spouses, veterans and their dependents with all their academic and financial needs, admissions and enrollment process, as well as military and veteran’s benefits.

At SCC we offer many advantages:

  • Day and night classes
  • A Variety of Allied Healthcare Education Programs.
  • A combination of lectures, labs, hands-on training and externship to prepare the students for their health care career of choice.
  • Extensive and comprehensive career development assistance.

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Veteran Checklist:

  1. Be enrolled at SCC and accept your Estimated Award Letter.
  2. Complete the admission process and submit the following document:

DD-214 or NGB-22 and Notice of Basic Eligibility (NOBE) to your Financial Aid Advisor via email (ecruz@statecareercollege.edu) or in person.

  1. Certify monthly enrollment on the last day of every month while you are in school.
  2. Notify your Financial Aid Advisor of any changes that you make to your schedule immediately via email or in person.
  3. Student must be enrolled at least half time (as defined in the institutional catalog).

Dependent and Spouse Checklist:

  1. Be enrolled at SCC and accepted your Estimated Award Letter.
  2. Complete the admission process and submit the following document:

DD-214 or NGB-22 and Notice of Basic Eligibility (NOBE) to your Financial Aid Advisor via email (ecruz@statecareercollege.edu) or in person.

  1. Certify monthly enrollment on the last day of every month while you are in school.
  2. Notify your Financial Aid Advisor of any changes that you make to your schedule immediately via email or in person.

YOU MUST NOTIFY YOUR FINANCIAL AID ADVISOR OF ANY CHANGES YOU MAKE TO YOUR SCHEDULE OR PROGRAM WITHIN 10 DAYS.  FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN OVERPAYMENT AND IF YOU ARE OVERPAID, SCC COULD BE REQUIRED TO RETURN SOME OR ALL FUNDING RECEIVED FROM VA, WHICH WILL RESULT IN YOU OWING A BALANCE TO THE COLLEGE.

MONTGOMERY GI BILL  Active Duty – Chapter 30

The Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (MGIB), also known as Chapter 30, is a Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefit program for eligible service members and veterans.  The MGIB provides up to 36 months of benefits and generally can be used within 10 years from the date of release from active duty.

  • To read more about eligibility and benefits under the MGIB, see:
    Montgomery GI Bill – Veterans and Veterans Administration Student Handouts, Brochures and Regulations
  • To apply electronically, go to Ebenefits (A Service of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense)

POST-9/11 BILL – Chapter 33

The Post-9/11 GI Bill, known as Chapter 33, is a Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefit program for service members and veterans who served on active duty after September 10, 2001.  You may be eligible if you served at least 90 aggregate days on active duty after September 10, 2001, or were discharged with a service connected disability after 30 days of continuous active duty service after September 11, 2001.  You must continue to be on active duty or have received an honorable discharge in order to be eligible. The Post-9/11 GI Bill generally provides up to 36 months of benefits with rates determined by length of active duty service.  Benefits are generally payable up to 15 years after release from active duty.

  • To read more about eligibility and benefits available under the Post-9/11 GI Bill, see:
    Post-9/11 GI Bill and Veterans Administration Student Handouts, Brochures and Regulations
  • To apply electronically:
    Ebenefits (A Service of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense)

Military Tuition Assistance

Additional resources available to eligible members of the military include Federal Military Tuition Assistance, as well as Tuition Assistance Top-Up.  Although your Financial Aid Advisor can assist you with the application process, SCC does not determine eligibility or award funding for these programs.

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