In an effort to better serve you, effective March 25th, 2013, Veterans Affairs counselors will be seen on an appointment basis for priority advising for the summer I & II terms. Thank you for your cooperation. We look forward to serving you!
The Office of Veterans Affairs assists all eligible veterans obtain financial assistance and information on Veterans Benefits while they attend San Antonio College. The college participates in educational programs provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs. These programs include:
|Department of Veterans Affairs Educational Programs
Chapter 30 - Montgomery G.I. Bill Active Duty Educational Assistance Program
Chapter 31 - Vocational Rehabilitation Program
Chapter 33 - Post-911 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2009
Chapter 35 - Survivors and Dependent Educational Assistance Program
Chapter 1606 - Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program
Note: Chapters 30, 1606, and VRAP veterans must verify at the end of every month with the VA in order to receive a check on a timely basis.
The Office of Veterans Affairs also assists Texas veterans in obtaining the Hazelwood Act. This program exempts the qualified individual from payment of all tuition and most fees.
Students taking courses at multiple campus (on-campus and on-line) and using their Hazlewood Exemption benefits, must go to each college's VA Office to complete the payment process.
Additional Forms for Veterans
VA Form 1990E (Transferability of Benefits - Chapter 33)
DD Form 214
W.A.V.E.S. (Web Automated Verification of Enrollment)
Veterans ON–line Application (VONAPP)
Department of Veterans Affairs
GI Bill Overview
GI Bill Estimates
National Center for PTSD
Military Veterans PTSD Reference Manual
State and Local Resources
Veterans Crisis Line 1–800–273–TALK (8255), Press 1
Location: Moody Learning Center (MLC - 171)