Students receiving Veteran education benefits are subject to the following general
If you have earned a college degree or have completed close to 50 units, you will
be limited as to what courses will be allowed for certification.
You may not claim benefits for courses that have been previously completed successfully.
A repeated course would result in an overpayment that would have to be repaid; regardless
of when or where you completed it the first time. A course is considered completed
if it is graded with a letter grade of A, B, C, P or CR.
You may not claim benefits for a course in which you have received two substandard
You may be eligible to claim benefits for classes taken through open-circuit television
or online without concurrent enrollment in an on-campus class. Training time will
be based upon the number of credits hours/units.
Note: Veterans using chapter 33 benefits must take a majority of their courses ON-CAMPUS
to receive full BAH benefit.
If you receive an incomplete grade, you will not be permitted to re-enroll in the
same course in a subsequent term. You have up to one year in which to "complete" the
course with the instructor and receive a letter grade.
Should you receive a No-Pass (NP) grade for a course, you may incur an overpayment
that will have to be repaid. Units from Pass/No-Pass courses will apply toward graduation,
but will not be included in the grade point average (GPA).