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Veterans Affairs

The Veterans Educational Benefits Coordinator is a part of the Financial Aid Office. If you are a veteran or currently in the Reserves or the Guard, you may be eligible for educational benefits. Veterans with a 10% or more service connected disability, may be eligible for the VA Rehabilitation Program. Children and spouses of veterans who are 100% disabled or deceased as a result of being in the military service may be eligible for educational assistance as well. Contact the Veterans Educational Benefits Coordinator at 652-4984 (8:00-4:00).

Veterans benefits may be available to graduate students if the student is a veteran or currently in the Reserves or National Guard. Children and spouses of veterans who are 100% disabled or deceased as a result of serving in the military may also be eligible for educational assistance as well. Contact the Veterans Educational Benefits Coordinator at Stockton at (609) 652-4984 (8:00-4:00) to initiate your application for Veteran's Benefits.

To apply for Veteran Educational Benefits visit this web site.


The Post-9/11 GI Bill is for individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service on or after September 11, 2001,or individuals discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days. Veterans may also transfer their benefits under Post-9/11 to their spouse or dependent. Please visit these websites for additional information.  Department of Veterans Affairs-Transfer of Post-9/11 GI-Bill benefits to Dependents (TEB).  Also visit this website for more information on the program.


For additional information about GI Bill benefits visit this web site


Assistance in applying for state and federal student financial aid is available.  

Students who are financial aid recipients, who have been called to active military duty or deployed, should contact the Veterans Educational Benefits Coordinator at Stockton in order to receive information on how your withdrawal from college may affect your financial aid.