Veterans Benefits for Undergraduate Students
Northwest University is approved as an educational institution for the use of VA educational benefits. Application should be made via the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The University will make the proper certifications as to enrollment and attendance after the student has enrolled in the University.
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Veteran Affairs (VA) Links and Contact Information
VA Education Service
Muskogee, Oklahoma Regional VA Office
8:00AM – 5:00PM Central Time Zone
Certification of Courses
The Veteran's Administration relies upon the certifying official of Northwest University to verify the courses taken by veterans as a basis for determining payment of benefits. Certification for traditional students (*College of Adult & Professional Studies students see below) is based on the following levels:
- Full Time = 12 or more credits/semester
- 3/4 Time = 9 to 11 credits/semester
- 1/2 Time = 6 to 8 credits/semester
- Less than 1/2 time = 1 to 5 credits/semester -- will receive payment towards tuition and required fees only.
Special Notes - All Academic Programs
As with all Northwest University students, those students receiving VA Education Benefits must maintain satisfactory academic progress. Students placed on academic probation will be reported to VA. VA offers counseling services for academic success upon request.
Students receiving VA Education Benefits must enroll only in courses required for their major. .
Special Notes - College of Adult & Professional Studies Students
Students in the College of Adult & Professional Studies are enrolled in sequentially offered courses through their term, rather than the traditional format of four to five courses over a full term. Because of this difference, VA required that certification be made per course, versus per term.
Veterans Who Have Not Applied for Education Benefits
VA Application: Online Application
Submit a copy of the Certificate of Eligibility to School Certifying Officer (SCO)
Veteran’s Benefit Coordinator
425-889-5338 (8:00am – 5:00pm M–F)