Welcome to Colorado State University! The Office of Veterans Benefits is appreciative of your service to our country and is happy to assist you with your transition and continuous stay at Colorado State University.
IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM THE D.V.A. OR THE CSU VETERAN'S EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS OFFICE:
The VA will not inform CSU of your remaining GI Bill entitlement, which means you must keep CSU apprised when your benefits exhaust in order to avoid possible late transactions or billing to your account.
The average time, according to the VA, for payment is 8 weeks. This, however, is not a definitive number for all of those who have been certified for the Fall 2013 term. If you would like to have a better idea of when to expect payment, we would recommend the following:
You can either call the VA National Call Center at 1-888-442-4551 -- you can pose a question/concern in writing and get a reply back by going to www.gibill.va.gov, or you can contact our office (for those students certified in November or December) for directions on working directly with Senator Udall's office for assistance.
Getting Started at CSU
Continuing Benefits Each Term
Military Tuition Assistance
Receiving Benefits While Attending Another School
Residency: GI Promise and Yellow Ribbon Program
G.I. Promise Act Tuition Adjustment
Avoiding VA Overpayment (Creating a Debt)
Military Course & Experience Transfer Credit
Additional Veterans Resources
CSU Veterans Newsletter - The Veteran's Voice