As a Military-Veteran student you have many resources available to you to finance your degree. In addition, Bellevue University works hard to give you credit for courses already taken, and credit for training and military experience, too. See Military Credit Transfer information for how you can receive the credit you deserve.
Follow these steps prior to enrollment if you plan to apply for Military Tuition Assistance and or Veteran Education Benefits:
Bellevue University requires all students who plan to utilize Veterans Education Benefits* to submit a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) or Award Letter to VA@jjtox.net prior to the start of term and annually thereafter. Bellevue University will require a current COE or Award Letter annually upon expiration of the first submission.
*This requirement does not apply to Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E).
Our Veterans Benefits Coordinators stand ready to assist you with transitioning the financing of your education from Military TA to an alternative option.
Please contact our Veteran Services Department at: VA@jjtox.net with any questions or assistance.
For any students using VA Chapter 33 (Post 9/11) or Chapter 31 (Vocational Readiness & Employment) Education Benefits*, payment to the institution is pending from the VA (up to 90 days), the school will not:
To qualify for this provision, such students are required to:
*This restriction does not apply in cases where the student owes additional payment to Bellevue University beyond the amount of the tuition and fee payment from the VA.
Bellevue University, a private non-profit institution, does not have separate tuition rates for in-state or out-of-state students. Tuition rates applicable to all students, regardless of state of residency, can be accessed online at: http://9j85n.jjtox.net/admissions-tuition/tuition-fees/tuition-and-fees.