VA Benefit Programs

St. George's University is a participant in the Department of Veteran Affairs Educational Programs. Only students who were a uniformed service member, veteran, veteran's dependent, surviving spouse, or child of a deceased veteran, and are registered in the MD or DVM Program are eligible for VA Benefit.

VA Education Programs

The following is a list of Veteran Affair benefit programs that the SGU MD or DVM program is eligible for:

  • Chapter 30- Montgomery GI Bill®- Active Duty
  • Chapter 32- Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)
  • Chapter 33- Post 9/11 GI Bill®
  • Chapter 34- GI Bill®
  • Chapter 35- Dependents Educational Assistance program DEA
  • Chapter 1606- Montgomery GI Bill®- Selective Reserves
  • Chapter 1607- Reserve Educational Assistance Program REAP


Initiating Veterans Benefits at SGU

  • Student should compare VA education benefits and review payment rates by utilizing the Comparison Tool
  • Apply for benefit through the VA using the Veterans Online Application (VONAPP)
  • Submit Certificate of Eligibility to an SGU School Certifying Official (see contact information below).


Receiving Veterans Benefits at SGU

After you have initiated your Veterans Benefits at SGU, a School Certifying Official will  contact you at the beginning of each term. Once your enrollment has already been certified for a term in the current VA year, you will not be automatically certified for another term, unless you request otherwise.  You will receive an automatic electronic notification from the VA after your enrollment has been certified. Payment of benefit can take up to two to four weeks after it is certified. Eligibility and payment amounts are determined by the VA and not by SGU. Please access the following link for the VA's Rate Tables for the various benefit programs:



Michele Wulfken                                                                            

St. George's University Certifying Official                               

Financial Aid Counselor                                           

Phone: 1-800-899-6337/631-665-8500 Ext. 1391                   



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