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Health Physics Program veterans, Veterans Day 2012
Veterans not pictured: Prof. Emeritus F. W. Whicker, USN; Prof. Emeritus L. Fraley, USN; P. Sprenger, USN; D. Dolan, USN; D. Mannis, USN; N. Martinez, USN
Health Physics Program Vets (the other kind!). Veterans Day 2010.
Veterans not pictured: Professor Emeritus F. W. Whicker, USN, Professor Emeritus L. Fraley, and LT A. Riccardi USN
Veterans Day 2009
CSU Student Financial Services Military Students Information page: http://sfs.colostate.edu/residency/militarymembers.aspx
CSU Student Financial Services Military Tuition Adjustment Form: http://sfs.colostate.edu/pdf/mtarform1011.pdf
CSU Veterans Office: http://veterans.colostate.edu/
The easiest way for a military member to obtain in-state tuition waiver is to:
It is best to process the waiver immediately upon receipt of orders as you will have plenty of other things to think about during your move!
The transfer of the benefits of the Post 9/11 GI Bill to the service members' spouse and/or dependant can be accomplished by going to this website while on active duty: http://www.defense.gov/home/features/2009/0409_gibill/
Access the page that allows you transfer and distribute your benefit (by number of months...you are entitled to 36 months in most cases...or four academic years). This will be processed in a few weeks, and you will granted a waiver to transfer.
Prior to the academic program beginning for your dependant, you can go the following site: http://www.gibill.va.gov/ and the dependant to whom the benefits have been transferred fills out and submits a VA Form 22-1990E "Application for Family Member to Use Transferred Benefits." After a few weeks you should get a letter from the VA regional office outlining the dependant's benefits. It is best to do all of this in the early spring prior to a fall admission.
If you are planning to use this benefit for a dependant, you must remember to apply to transfer the benefit before you leave active duty.
Generally, the Bill pays for tuition, books, as well as living expenses without any subsequent military obligation.