VA/GI Bill Educational Benefits
Students eligible to receive GI Bill benefits are certified by the MD Program’s SCO (School Certifying Official) each term in the VA Once system. Once enrollment is certified tuition is paid direct to Student Accounting. In accordance with federal regulations GI Bill students should not be imposed a late fee, and therefore, a list of GI Bill students is reported to Student Accounting to prevent penalty.
Public Law 115-407 (Section 103): Post on VA Student Website: Any student using Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill or Chapter 32 Vocational Rehab benefits, (even if the VA has not yet paid tuition and fees), the University of Maryland Baltimore policy will allow the following: enrollment, no assessment of late fees or penalties, no requirement to secure additional funding, and access to the same school resources as other students who have paid.
- VA Benefits
- Academic Handbook
- Cost of Attendance - Univeristy Student Financial Assistance (umaryland.edu)
- Budgeting and Savings Tips - University Student Financial Assistance (umaryland.edu)
- UMB Policy on Students Who are Called to Active Military Duty During a National or International Crisis or Conflict - University of Maryland, Baltimore (umaryland.edu)