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Roane State Community College Veterans Affairs Office Online Orientation Using Your VA Educational Benefits at Roane State Community College Submit an Application for Admission to RSCC. Request all high school and/or college transcripts.
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Veterans Affairs Office
Request all high school and/or college transcripts.
Contact the Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-888-GI-BILL 1 to see if you are eligible for benefits.
Submit all required military documents (DD214 Member Copy 4, AARTS transcript, etc.) to the RSCC VA Certifying Official.
Tasks Which Should Now Be Complete
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs (DVA) provides a monthly stipend in the months that follow.
VA Educational Benefits are not based on RSCC fees; they are based on a flat rate by the DVA.
Other Fee Payment Options:
Deferred Payment Plan through the Business Office.
Cash, check or credit card.
How will my tuition and fees be paid?
Training time dictates monthly rate of pay.
Training time varies in summer due to accelerated terms.
Any change in training time will affect pay.
Payment occurs monthly.
For every semester that you request advance pay, you must provide a signed 1999 form. You must request advance pay at least 120 days before classes begin. You must maintain the original registered hours. Any changes after an advance pay has been certified may cause an overpayment with the VA.
What to do and when?
Contact RSCC VA office and complete required forms.
RSCC VA certifies enrollment, which takes about 10 working days.
Dept. of VA processes certification claims, which takes up to 12 weeks.
Chapters 30 and 1606 must verify enrollment by phone (1-888-GIBILL 1) or by internet (www.gibill.va.gov) at the end of each month.
Dept. of VA releases payments to student by check or direct deposit.
How much, how often, & when
Prior Credit Evaluation will help you determine exactly what classes are needed to finish your program.
Changing majors requires re-evaluation of prior credit by the RSCC VA Certifying Official.
Course substitutions or class requirement waivers must be signed by your Advisor and a copy must be given to the VA Certifying Official.
Prior Credit Evaluation...
By completing the CRF, you are telling the RSCC VA office which classes you would like us to certify to the regional VA office in St. Louis. Only classes required by your curriculum can be certified. The CRF must be submitted each term. You may request certification for a maximum of three terms at a time. The CRF may be obtained by going to www.roanestate.edu. Keyword: vet.
When do I submit the CRF?
Submit the CRF to the Financial Aid Office after you have registered for your classes.
The earlier you submit your CRF, the better.
If you enroll in a non-certifiable class, the RSCC VA Certifying Official will inform you.
Failure to submit a CRF after registration, will result in non-payment of benefits.
Certification Request Form
Notify the RSCC VA Office of any changes in your class schedule within 30 days. If you have mitigating circumstances, it is your responsibility to report them to the VA Regional Office in St. Louis.
Contact the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) regarding any overpayment issues at
1-888-GI BILL 1.
Not Attending Class
If you are reported as not attending class, or if you receive an “F” and stopped attending class before the end of the term, this information will be reported to the DVA as a reduction in your certified hours, and therefore, an overpayment may exist.
Changes in Enrollment Status
Repeat courses if you have already received a passing grade.
Remedial/Developmental Studies classes that are taken as web, video, independent study or on-line classes.
Classes taken for audit instead of credit.
We can certify:
All classes that are required for your program.
Remedial/Developmental classes taken as regular classroom attendance.
High school deficiency courses.Will
Will all of my classes be certified?
When do I need to contact the RSCC VA Office?
How do I contact Dept. of Veterans Affairs (DVA)?