VA Benefits & Financial Aid
Military Program students include Active Duty, National Guard, Reserves, veterans, and military dependents. All are encouraged to apply for Title IV Federal Financial Aid by completing the FAFSA, regardless of whether military benefits are being utilized. Military-eligible students should contact the Office of Student Finance during the enrollment process for detailed information.
To expedite enrollment at Post University as a student-veteran, students may visit the following links to complete the Veterans Online Application for benefits – (VONAPP) www.vets.gov and www.ebenefits.va.gov.
Dependent children or spouses of servicemen and women or veterans who are the beneficiaries of military Veteran Affairs educational benefits may apply to use these benefits by completing VA Form 22-1990e. This form should only be completed and submitted to the Veteran Affairs by the family members after the Department of Defense has approved the request for the transfer of educational benefits.
Military-eligible students that have been accepted into Department of Education approved Programs of Study will need to supply their Certificates of Eligibility, completed VONAPPs, 22-1990 (New Benefits), 22-1995 (Change of benefits), 22-5490 (Dependents, Chapter 35), or 28-1905 (Vocational Rehabilitation) documents to their Military Finance Specialists in order to be certified to the VA for their first terms. Once the students have enrolled in their second terms, they must then notify the VA Certifying Official. All future enrollment changes must be sent to the VA Certifying Official.
A paper version of the VA Form 22-1990e can be obtained from Post University’s Certifying Official or via email request. Veterans are paid benefits for actual credit hours in attendance. Veterans must report any changes of status after registration to Post University’s Certifying Official.
Eligibility for VA benefits is determined on a term-by-term basis. Veteran students who do not make Satisfactory Academic Progress (their cumulative grade point averages fall below 2.0) will be informed if they will be placed on probation by the VA. They will be given one term in which to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards or their veteran benefits will be terminated.