Post-9/11 GI Bill
- Through the Yellow Ribbon Program, the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) matches each dollar of unmet charges that NYU agrees to contribute to a student’s education, up to the cost of tuition and fees.
- For example, if NYU offers $10,000, the VA will match $10,000 for a total award of $20,000.
- The amount awarded is determined by the amount of other benefits provided to an eligible student. Students may not be eligible for the maximum amount each year.
- The Transfer of Entitlement Option enables service members to transfer all or some unused benefits to a spouse or dependent children. There are many factors to consider when seeking this type of assistance, such as the nature of transfer, reallocation of benefits, and marriage and divorce.
- Dependents’ Educational Assistance provides educational financial assistance to survivors and dependents of veterans through two programs:
- The Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (Fry Scholarship)
- The Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance (DEA) Program
- Financial aid and scholarships cannot exceed a student’s cost of attendance.
- To begin the process of applying for military education benefits, complete the Education Benefits Application Process on the VA website.
- The Education Benefits Application generates a request for a Certificate of Eligibility (COE). Once you have been approved for educational benefits, the VA will mail the COE to you within six to eight weeks of completion of the application. The NYU Office of the Registrar and the NYU Certifying Officials will need copies of your COE and Discharge Documents (DD214) to process your eligible benefits.