» Resources for Veterans

Explore the different resources, engagement opportunities and support systems for students who are Veterans, ROTC, Reserves, or Military Connected Members.

This is an online resource for students who are Veterans, ROTC, Reserves, or Military Connected Members. This webpage was created in collaboration between Cross-Cultural Engagement and The Advisory Group on the Status of Military Affiliates. Want to add a resource to this page? Contact us!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Chapman University a Yellow Ribbon school?

Yes, Chapman participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program of the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33). You can find more information about the Chapman Yellow Ribbon Program here

Does the VA pay my full tuition at Chapman?

No, the VA will pay a benefit based upon your eligibility. You are responsible for any portion of your tuition and fees that are not covered by your VA benefits.

The Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) includes a monthly housing allowance. How much is that?

Students must be registered as more than half-time status to be eligible. This varies from year to year and is affected by your eligibility percentage. It is also affected if you are taking all of your classes online. See the Post 9/11 GI-Bill website for details.

Can the Post 9/11 GI Bill pay for study abroad?

Yes! Visit the Center for Global Education’s Diversity, Access, and Identity website for more information

How often do I need to verify enrollment at Chapman with VA?

Students receiving Chapter 30, 1606, or 1607 benefits must verify enrollment monthly. Chapter 33 students do not need to verify enrollment. The preferred verification method is through the Web Automated Verification of Enrollment (WAVE) or by Interactive Voice Response (VR). Visit chapman.edu/veterans or email va@chapman.edu for more information.

View Additional Financial Benefits and Resources on the Veterans Resource Center page

Advocates for Students Who Are Veterans, ROTC, Reserves, or Military Connected Members

Here you can find a list of staff, faculty and administrators who are advocates for student diversity and inclusion at Chapman. While all staff, faculty and administrators are advocates for students, the people in these lists have committed to being an open door and advocate for students from underrepresented communities.