Veterans' Enrollment Procedures

Depending on your type of service or chapter, there are specific requirements and forms you must submit in order to start receiving benefits.  Please select (click) the link of the appropriate chapter below to find out more about how to start benefits at GWU. Additional information (GWU Payment Agreement, FAQs, Other links, etc.) is available through the links on the right.


Montgomery GI Bill - (Chapter 30)
Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606)
Survivors' and Dependants' (Chapter 35)
New Voc-Rehab/Continuing Voc-Rehab students 
Montgomery GI Bill - REAP (Chapter 1607) 
Montgomery GI Bill - Post 9/11 NEW GI Bill (Chapter 33)

The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program)

 

Montgomery GI Bill - (Chapter 30)

• Students must apply and be accepted into a degree program at GWU before they can begin receiving benefits from the VA. (VA will not pay for classes in the Lifelong or Continuing Education Program) • Student must complete VA Form 22-1990 for the initial application or VA Form 22-1995 if they have previously received VA benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their DD-214 discharge papers. They do not need to provide their DD-214 if they have received Chapter 30 benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of:

  1. High School Transcript or GED. (undergraduates only)
  2. All College Transcripts.

• If you are transferring credit from another institution, you must provide our office with an official copy of your transcript.

 

Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606)

• Students must apply and be accepted into a degree program at GWU before they can begin receiving benefits from the VA. (VA will not pay for classes in the Lifelong or Continuing Education Program) • Student must complete VA Form 22-1990 for the initial application or VA Form 22-1995 if they have previously received VA benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility. • Student must provide our office with a completed DD-Form 22-2384, Notice of Basic eligibility (NOBE). They do not need to provide their DD-2384 if they have received Chapter 1606 benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their DD-214 discharge papers. They do not need to provide their DD-214 if they have received Chapter 30 benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of:

  1. High School Transcript or GED. (undergraduates only)
  2. All College Transcripts.

• If you are transferring credit from another institution, you must provide our office with an official copy of your transcript.

 

Survivors' and Dependants' (Chapter 35)

• Students must apply and be accepted into a degree program at GWU before they can begin receiving benefits from the VA. (VA will not pay for classes in the Lifelong or Continuing Education Program) • Student must complete VA Form 22-5490 if this is your initial application or VA Form 22-5495 if you have previously received VA benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility. • Student must provide our office with a copy of:

  1. High School Transcript or GED. (undergraduates only)
  2. All College Transcripts.

• If you are transferring credit from another institution, you must provide our office with an official copy of your transcript.

 

New Voc-Rehab/Continuing Voc-Rehab students

• New: Call 1-800-827-1000
• Continuing: Contact your Counselor. (Winston-Salem: 336-631-5451)

 

Montgomery GI Bill - REAP (Chapter 1607)

• Students must apply and be accepted into a degree program at GWU before they can begin receiving benefits from the VA  • Students must complete VA Form 22-1990  if this is your initial application or VA Form 22-1995 if you have previously received VA benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility. • Student must provide the VA office with a DD- 214 member 4 copy. You do not need to provide  DD-214  if you have received Chapter 1607 benefits at another institution.  • Student must provide our office with a copy of:

  1. High School Transcript or GED. (undergraduates only)
  2. All College Transcripts.

• If you are transferring credit from another institution, you must provide our office with an official copy of your transcript.

 

Montgomery GI Bill - Post 9/11 NEW GI Bill (Chapter 33)

• Students must apply and be accepted into a degree program at GWU before they can begin receiving benefits from the VA. (VA will not pay for classes in the Lifelong or Continuing Education Program) • Student must complete VA Form 22-1990  if this is your initial application or if you are electing this new MGIB instead of your current MGIB chapter or VA Form 22-1995 if you have previously received Chapter 33 benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility. • Student must provide the VA office with a copy of their DD-214 discharge papers. You do not need to provide your DD-214 if you have received Chapter 33 benefits at another institution. • Student must provide our office with a copy of:

  1. High School Transcript or GED. (undergraduates only)
  2. All College Transcripts.

• If you are transferring credit from another institution, you must provide our office with an official copy of your transcript.

 

The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) 

The Yellow Ribbon Program is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 (also known as The Post 9/11 GI Bill).  Gardner-Webb has elected to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program in order to offer additional funds to qualified veterans.  Only individuals entitled to the maximum benefit rate (based on service requirements) under the Post 9/11 GI Bill may receive this supplemental funding.  Click here to determine benefit eligibility.

 

Interested students should contact Gardner-Webb’s School Certifying Officer to express intent:  Pam Skinner, pskinner@gardner-webb.edu.

 

For more information, email pskinner@gardner-webb.edu or call (704)406-3591