Welcome to Veterans Services!
Veterans Services provides assistance to students who are entitled to receive educational benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Whether a student is a new applicant for benefits or has used them at previous institutions, Veterans Services is committed to working in partnership to ensure that the process is simple and well-organized.
As soon as you have registered for classes, the Veterans Services Coordinator will assist you in completing the appropriate forms and will certify your enrollment to the VA automatically on a quarterly basis. They will continue to monitor changes, answer your questions and, if necessary, act as a liaison between you and the VA until graduation.
The VA benefits most commonly used at UWB include, but are not limited to:
- CHAPTER 30 Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty (old GI Bill)
- CHAPTER 31 Vocational Rehabilitation
- CHAPTER 32 Veterans Education Assistance Program (VEAP)
- CHAPTER 33 Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 (NEW GI Bill)
- CHAPTER 35 Survivors’ & Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program (DEA)
- CHAPTER 1606 Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve
- CHAPTER 1607 Montgomery GI Bill Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP)
Make an appointment online. You will need your u.washington.edu email address and Student ID number to create an account. If you have used Career Services before, you will use the same login information.
VA Tuition Reduction Program
If you are an active or reserve veteran who has served in active federal service in a war or conflict fought on foreign soil or international waters, you may be eligible for the VA Tuition Reduction Program. For this benefit, please contact the Veteran Services Coordinator at 425.352.5307 with any questions. Applications must be turned in no later than the last day of the current quarter enrolled to be considered valid.
Veterans - Undergraduate
Veterans - Graduate
You may be eligible to receive a waiver of all tuition and fees (100% in-state tuition rate) up to 200 college-level credits if your parent or spouse was an *eligible veteran or national guard member who (1) became totally disabled as defined in RCW 28B.15.385; or (2) who lost his or her life while engaged in active federal military or naval services; or (3) who is determined by the federal government to be a prisoner of war or missing in action.
Children or Spouse of a Disabled/ Deceased/ MIA/ POW Veteran
Resident Tuition Rates
Non-resident students who fall under the following categories may be able to apply for resident tuition:
- Active duty military member, or a member's spouse or dependent
- Washington National Guard member, or a member's spouse or dependent
Click here for application and more information.
Withdrawal and Readmission
Military Withdrawal Policy
You may apply to return using the Returning Student Application. The returning student application fee will be waived. Registration will be permitted beginning Registration Period I.
Readjustment is the process of transition from military service back to civilian life, of understanding what is expected in civilian life and how that differs from the military experience. Read more. Our Student Veterans Association (SVA) is here to assist. Comprised of fellow veterans, they are ready to walk you through any questions that you may have. Please contact Veterans Services if you would like to connect with other vets on campus.