The Four Essential Steps for Stevens Veteran Student Candidates
The initial inquiry forms for undergraduate and graduate Veteran applicants require some basic information, and takes minutes to complete. Complete the appropriate form and hit the submit button - be sure to save and print a copy for your records as well.
2.) Submit a formal application for admission
Complete the formal application for your desired program at the undergraduate or graduate level, and start the application process (follow the directions regarding transcript and reference requests).
3.) Complete a FAFSA
Click this link to complete your FAFSA application: One of the requirements for both general financial aid and your benefits under the various components of the GI Bill Program.
4.) Get Squared Away with Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Veteran Student
All Veterans who have served subsequently to 9/11 have abundant rights and benefits under the GI Bill, whether you are on active duty or have been discharged.
Know your eligibility and get the right documentation of your benefits; utilizing your VA benefits at Stevens cannot be executed until you possess the right paperwork!
Your objective is to obtain a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) from the VA for your benefits - a DD-214 (your discharge papers) or your Basic Individual Record (BIR) may be used as a substitute while you await your COE.
To get your academic career started at Stevens, begin the process by going to the GI Bill benefits website
At this site you will be able to elect to receive benefits under the post 9/11 GI bill. But before you make that election you should review your eligibility options. Call 1-888-442-4551 and speak with a VA representative to gather more information on eligibility and election options. Explore your options carefully before signing up for the Post 9/11 GI bill because this is an irrevocable decision. Another useful link with general education benefits information is: www.gibill.va.gov