Certification Requests should be submitted by students who are using the following benefits:
· Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30)
· Vocational Rehab (Chapter 31)
· Post 9-11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)
· Survivors and Dependents Assistance (Chapter 35)
· Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606)
· Reserve Educational Educational Program - REAP (Chapter 1607)
Certification Requests should be submitted the same day that the student registers for classes AND at least 60 days prior to the start of the term.
Veteran & Military Student Student Services (VMSS) begins processing and and submitting Certifications to the VA 90 days prior to the start of the term.
The initial Certification is submitted to the VA for credit hours only to allow the VA to process Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) and Book Stipend so benefits are not delayed.1
Financial Aid accepted will be posted to the student's account and applied to tuition and fees.
Financial Aid will not be applied to mandatory fees such as: on campus housing, book sotre charges, short term loans, and miscellaneous voluntary fees.
To avoid late fees and registration holds: Visit your student portal, Click on Student Center > All Student Functions > Student Account > View Student Permissions > Grant Permissions. This will allow the bursar's office to pay all outstanding balances piror to refunding your financial aid.
Sponsor Payments will be posted to
eligible Post 9-11 students on or around the first day of the term and once a
week until census. A Sponsor Payment is a VA tuition and fee placeholder in the
amount expected from the VA based on the student's eligibility percentage. The
Sponsor Payment will either zero out the studen't account if student did not
accept Financial Aid, or will create a credit less the student's portion that
will be refunded to the student. The Sponsor Payment will not be posted for the
following Post 9-11 students until after census once the in-state tuition has
· Students who have not submitted a COE
· Students enrolled in Study Abroad
Tuition and fees are submitted after the census date (the last day to drop/add; see academic calendars), to ensure all fees and charges have been posted to student accounts. This also allows students to change their schedules as necessary before the VA is billed for tuition and fees to prevent payment issues. It takes anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks for the VA tuition and fee payment to be processed and posted to the student account.
If there is a balance after the payment deadline, service charges may be posted to student accounts. Emails may also be sent to students indicating a remaining account balance. 5
If you are 100% eligible for the Post 9-11 GI Bill, once
the VA tuition and fee payment is posted to the student's account, any service
charges will be reversed. If a service charge is not reversed after the VA
tuition and fee payment has been posted, email firstname.lastname@example.org with
the subject line of 'Last name, First name, Student ID, Please reverse service
charges'. Our office will ensure any service charges are reversed immediately.
If you are less than 100% eligible for the Post 9-11 GI Bill, you
must pay your portion by CU Denver's payment deadline. If the student's
portion is not paid by the time the VA tuition and fee payment is posted to the
student's account, the student may be responsible for the services
charges. If you are not sure what your portion is, email email@example.com with
the subject line of 'Last name, First name, Student ID, Less than 100%
eligible, need to know student portion'. Our office will run a tuition and fee
report and let you know what your portion is as of that date.