Information and access to apply for benefits can be found on the US Department of Veterans Affairs website. To speak with a counselor call 1-888-442-4551 (1-888-GI-Bill-1).
All paperwork as noted below must be completed and submitted to TU.
All students must be registered for classes for the term to be certified.
Post 9/11 certification requires tuition & fees be posted to your Bursar's account.
*Declaration of Intent Form and Certificate of Eligibility or NOBE (Notice of Basic Eligibility).
*Declaration of Intent Form must be submitted for each term to be certified.
Certificate of Eligibility will be mailed to you by the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
*Declaration of Intent Form, Certificate of Eligibility and VA Form 22-1995 Change of VA Education Program/Place of Training (if applicable).
VA Form 22-1995 - Change of VA Education Program/Place of Training, available on the
US Department of Veterans Affairs website.
*Declaration of Intent Form and VA Form 22-1995 (if applicable)
Chapter 31 Students:
VA Form 28-1905
Declaration of Intent Form is not required
Chapter 31 veterans are evaluated through the Baltimore Regional Veterans Office. Upon determination of eligibility, a purchase order, VA Form 28-1905 (Authorization and Certification of Entrance or Re-entrance into Rehabilitation and Certification of Status Form), will be provided to the school and the student.
Certification can only be done for the specific program and dates listed on the VA Form 28-1905.
Please call the Baltimore Regional Veterans Affairs Office with questions at 1-800-827-1000.
Yes, any change in credit load must be reported to our office.
Please contact Claire Keaton in University Admissions for assistance at 410-704-2379.
Please contact the Bursar's Office for assistance at 410-704-2100.
TU is a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). Students who have served
or are currently serving in the United States military may receive college credit
for basic training, military occupational specialties, and other military course work.
Official documentation must be submitted. Work will be evaluated per the Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services by the American Council on Education (ACE).
Military courses and experiences are evaluated by University Admissions. To request an evaluation, contact transfer AT_TOWSON.
Yes, through the Veterans Services Center. The office is located in the Psychology Building, Room 107.