Veterans Affairs Office
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs requires that the University certify that all courses used in determining the veteran's full-time equivalency status are applicable to the degree the veteran is pursuing.
- Request for Certification Worksheet: Before certifying to the VA that you are enrolled, it will be necessary for you to file with this office the VA Certification Worksheet.
A Request for Certification worksheet must be completed for each semester you are enrolled. This form must be returned to the Tarleton State University Military Veterans Services Center in order to assure no delay in VA certification which will have a direct effect on your VA benefits.
The time has never been better for military veterans to further their education and training. Tarleton State University is committed to helping veterans make the best choices possible while attaining the maximum assistance, guidance, and support using the new GI Bill and other programs.
- GI Bill Website
- Comprehensive overview of the New GI Bill
- TexVet: An excellent resource guide linking programs from state, federal and local organizations and is recommended for veterans, active duty military, dependents, and friends and families of service members.
- The Post 911 GI Bill: Offers in-depth information about education benefits administered by the Department of Veteran Affairs under the newly adopted Chapter 33.
- Understanding your Military Credit Recommendations
- Vet Center: Vet Centers provide readjustment counseling and outreach services to all veterans who served in any combat zone.
- United States Department of Veteran Affairs Counseling: Veteran students who may be facing challenges adjusting to life after military service may visit this website.