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Turn your military skills into a rewarding career

Many members of the military have found their ideal fit at SM调教社区College, both for their post-secondary education and their own career goals. At SM调教社区College, we enroll many veterans and active service members, as well as their dependents. A number of veterans have also chosen to build their post-military careers at SM调教社区College as instructors.

There are several reasons why SM调教社区College is such a good match for military personnel and their dependents, including our program flexibility, a professional and structured learning environment, and highly relevant education programs. Whether you are looking to expand on the skills you developed in the military, or begin a new career, SM调教社区College has the career-focused programs to get you where you want to be tomorrow.

Cost of Attendance is the estimated cost to attend SM调教社区College for the academic year. Financial Aid provides estimates for cost of attendance that include the direct costs of tuition as well as the indirect costs such as living expenses (housing and food), transportation and miscellaneous personal expenses.

Veterans and Military Tuition Assistance Benefits

SM调教社区College offers many programs eligible for education benefits through the GI Bill庐 and Military Tuition Assistance programs. The college provides education benefits to both veterans, active duty, dependents, National Guard, and Reservists. Education benefits may vary based on the type of service and length of time in the military.

In order to determine eligibility, all students seeking to using veteran鈥檚 or Tuition Assistant benefits will be scheduled to meet with a representative from the Financial Aid Office. The representative will assist students in completing all required forms needed to secure the education benefit. A review of transcript will also take place during this meeting. Students with previous post-secondary education must request transcripts and have them evaluated for possible transfer credit.

Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act was signed into law August 2017. The Forever GI Bill offers significant changes to veterans鈥 education benefits, including eliminating the previous 15-year time limit for veterans who left active duty on or after January 1, 2013. The Forever GI Bill requires applicants to have 90 days of active duty after September 10, 2001.

For the most up-to-date information on veteran benefits, please visit the relevant government website:




GI Bill庐 is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

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The information below is provided to our veterans and active military students as a guide, but rest assured the SM调教社区College admissions staff will take you step-by-step through the enrollment process, determine the best government benefit program for you, and process your paperwork.

We are always available to answer any questions you have, just call 888.200.9942.


Post-9/11 GI Bill Chapter 33

Time frame Max amount**
As of August 1, 2017 $22,805.34
As of August 1, 2018 $23,671.94
As of August 1, 2019 $24,476.79
As of August 1, 2020 $25,162.14
As of August 1, 2021 $26,042.81
As of August 1, 2022 $26,381.37
As of August 1, 2023 $27,120.05
Service Requirements* Maximum Benefit Payable
At least 36 months 100%
At least 30 continuous days on active duty (must be discharged due to service-connected disability) 100%
30-36 months 90%
24-30 months 80%
18-24 months 70%
12-18 months 60%
6-12 months 50%
90 days-6 months 40%

Below is a list of what you need to bring in order to file paperwork for the specified government benefit.


Benefit* Eligibility Document
Certificate of Eligibility showing the percentage of eligibility
Chapter 33 student with 100% eligibility as shown on Certificate of Eligibility
Chapter 30

Certificate of Eligibility
Chapter 1606

Certificate of Eligibility
Chapter 31

Tungsten Authorization
Chapter 35

Letter of Eligibility
Memo showing “Approved MyCAA Financial Assistance”

*Dishonorably discharged Veterans are not eligible for federal education benefits.

VA Education Benefits Grid

  Post-9/11 GI Bill Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) Montgomery GI Bill – Select Reserve (MGIB-SR) Yellow Ribbon Program Post Vietnam Era Veterans’ Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) Armed Forces Tuition Assistance (TA) Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA)
Active duty eligible X       X X X
Veteran eligible X X   X X    
Reservist eligible X   X X     X (except Marines)
Transferable to family member X (while serving only)            
Maximum benefit* $27,120.05 Up to $2,122 Up to $397 Unlimited at eligible campuses Up to $605 Up to $4,500/ year $2,000/yr for up to 2 yrs
Other Eligibility requirements At least 90 days of active service after 9/11.
DD-214 (honorable) and Certificate of Eligibility showing percentage of eligibility
2 yrs active duty, contributed $1200 to MGIB acct. Certificate of Eligibility 6 yr obligation to the selected Reserve
or Guard Certificate of Eligibility
36 months active duty Certificate of Eligibility 181 continuous days active service between
1977 and 1985, Certificate of Eligibility
Requirements vary by branch of service Spouse of active duty service member Memo showing “Approved MyCAA Financial Assistance”
SM调教社区College campuses supporting all programs Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
Anchorage
Wasilla
Canyon Country
Lancaster
Oxnard
Fife
Pasco
Vancouver
Lacey
Yakima
Wenatchee
CHARTER COLLEGE IS MADE FOR THE MILITARY

Like you, we are focused and disciplined in our work and driven to succeed.

Like the military we insist on a professional atmosphere with rules of engagement鈥揻rom dress codes to attendance requirements.

We create a structured learning environment and set expectations for our students high, then we give you the resources to meet those expectations.

Our programs move quickly and efficiently, getting you out of school and into the workplace faster.

We accommodate active duty and working students with day and evening class schedules.

Our financial services team understands the VA and GI Bill庐, will work to maximize your benefit and will process paperwork.

We support our students and treat them with honesty and respect and expect the same in return.

Student Advising

Student Services

Student Success Coaching

Reasonable Accommodation & Disability

Students may experience educational, personal, or financial problems during their enrollment. The College welcomes the opportunity to assist students in working out solutions to these problems. Students experiencing difficulties in these areas are advised to contact the Student Academic Advisor.

SM调教社区College is committed to the academic and personal support of all of our students. The Student Academic Advisor can assist students with finding resources for ride sharing, housing referrals, and child care services.

Student Success Coaching is available for students who need additional assistance in their studies. Upon the request of the student, faculty members are available for help. Students who need assistance should contact their instructor or Education Department.

SM调教社区College seeks the success of all students, including those who may be experiencing disabilities. Toward that end, SM调教社区College will work with students to determine what, if any, accommodations might be available. However, SM调教社区College also expects students to be active participants in this process. Accordingly, students who have an impairment that qualifies as a disability requiring an accommodation should contact the Campus Manager/ADA Coordinator either upon enrollment or as soon as it becomes apparent that assistance may be necessary.

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at .

*We work to keep these amounts accurate, but the most up-to-date numbers can be found on the US government’s聽聽or by using the聽.