We're Happy to Answer Your Questions Have questions about VA benefits? What if I am called to Active Duty while enrolled in classes? Regis University students who are called to active military service should follow the instructions on this page to ensure they are excused from classes and financial commitments. What is a Certificate of Eligibility? A Certificate of Eligibility is a document issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) that states your eligibility to receive VA benefits. How do I get a Certificate of Eligibility? Certificates are issued by the VA after approving a claim for benefits. To submit a claim for benefits please use VONAPP (VA Online Application) at www.gibill.va.gov. Initial claims can be filed on a Form 22-1990. How long does it take to receive a Certificate of Eligibility? Processing times vary based on VA workload. On average, the Department of Veterans Affairs processes a Certificate of Eligibility within 4-6 weeks. How do I apply for GI Bill® benefits? Online at www.gibill.va.gov through VONAPP (VA Online Application). Do I qualify for Yellow Ribbon? Generally, veterans with a minimum of 36 months of active duty service qualify for the 100% benefit rate may qualify for Yellow Ribbon. To determine eligibility, veterans must apply for Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits with the VA. The VA will issue a Certificate of Eligibility which lists your eligibility for Yellow Ribbon. You will then need to check with your VA representative to see if your program qualifies. I received a document from the VA stating the following: For Example: REGIS UNIVERSITY reported that you were not charged tuition for the certified enrollment beginning January 1, 2022 and ending April 28, 2022; therefore, VA did not pay towards your tuition. What does this Mean? For all Chapter 33 recipients Regis certifies tuition after the add/drop date of each course. You will always receive updates from the VA showing that credit hours were certified, but not tuition. How do I receive payment of my VA benefits? The VA makes payment directly to the veteran by (1) direct deposit or (2) mailing a check to the mailing address on file at the VA. To establish or change your direct deposit information, click on the Direct Deposit Enrollment Form link after you have logged into WAVE. Changes and enrollments are usually processed the next business day. Under Montgomery GI Bill®(Ch 30 and 1606) and REAP: If you attend school, you must verify your enrollment each month by using the WAVE or IVR system or by calling the toll free 1.877.823.2378. Remember that you cannot be paid for a month until the month is over and you verify that you were still in attendance for that month. Under Post-9/11 GI Bill®: The VA will send the tuition and fees directly to Regis University. The VA will send a book stipend (if applicable) directly to you near the beginning of the term (or once your enrollment is processed). The VA will send the housing allowance (if applicable) directly to you at the end of each month you have an enrollment. Under Dependent and Eligible Spouse: The VA will pay the student directly via check What constitutes full-time enrollment at Regis University? Regis College reports using the conventional 16 week fall/ spring/summer semester schedule. To be considered a full-time student at Regis College, a student will need to be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours per semester. Regis College for Professional Studies reports in both five week and eight week increments. To be considered full-time a CPS student must be enrolled in at least six credit hours concurrently in each reporting period. Please contact Admissions at 303.458.4900 or 800.388.2366 ext 4900 for further questions and clarification. What is the cost of tuition for the military? As an active member of the United States Armed Forces, you're eligible for Tuition Assistance (TA) at Regis. Undergraduate Students Flat reduced tuition rate of $275 per credit hour. Who Qualifies? Active duty students working toward an undergraduate degree in the accelerated evening or online format only within the following colleges: College of Contemporary Liberal Studies Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions (BS in Health Care Administration and RN-BSN only) College of Computer & Information Sciences College of Business and Economics Graduate Students Active duty students receive a 10% discount on tuition. MBA Students Active duty students receive a 15% discount on tuition. Where do I fill out the Preferred Tuition Form? The Preferred Tuition form can be found here. You must submit it with your Tuition Assitance (TA) paperwork. Do I need to fill out the Preferred Tuition Form every year? Yes. In order to ensure your discount doesn’t lapse, make sure to fill out the form annually by June 1. What if a Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is paying for my courses? Prior to an upcoming semester, a DVR representative will provide a list of students sponsored by their branch. To ensure you are sponsored, confirm your status with your division and make sure this documentation is sent to Student Account Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. What is the Military Tuition Assistance Form? Military Tuition Assistance is a benefit paid to eligible members of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Congress has given each service the ability to pay up to 100 percent for the tuition expenses of its members. Each service has its own criteria for eligibility, obligated service, application processes and restrictions. This money is usually paid directly to the institution by the individual services. Where do I send my Military Tuition Assistance form? Send the form to Student Account Representative at the email below. 303.458.4079 email@example.com When is the form due? The form is due before the add/drop date of the course you wish to apply it to. When will I see my classes invoiced on my account? We will invoice classes after the add/drop date of each course. This ensures you are enrolled in the course at the time of invoicing.