Veterans Education Benefits
Baker is one of America’s top military-friendly colleges and universities according to Military Advanced Education magazine and by Military Friendly Schools.
The VA certifying official serves students using VA education benefits through the following programs in conjunction with their enrollment at Baker University:
- Post 9/11 GI Bill® (CH.33)
- Montgomery GI Bill® – Active Duty (CH.30)
- Montgomery GI Bill® – Selected Reserve (Ch. 1606)
- Reserve Educational Assistance Program (CH. 1607)
- Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance (CH. 35)
- VA Vocational Rehabilitation (CH. 31)
Find out which program is best for you.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
Eligibility & Rate of Pursuit
- Baker University does not determine your eligibility; VA officials determine the type and amount of benefits for which you may qualify.
- Baker University does not determine the rate of pursuit for undergraduate students; VA officials do.
- Baker University does, however, determine the rate of pursuit for graduate students based on VA-approved calculations. For an estimate of what your rate of pursuit will be, enter the dates of your nonstandard terms in this credit hour equivalency form.
Enrollment & Certification
To use your VA education benefits, you must first enroll in courses at Baker University and then be certified by the VA certifying official.
Follow the steps below that apply to you:
New or Transfer Students
Students Using CH. 30, CH. 1606, or CH. 1607
Students Who Have Changed Their Schedule
Students Who Receive VA Education Benefit Payments
Military Discount | SPGS and Master of Science in Nursing
Military Discount | Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Active Duty, Reserves, or National Guard Flat Tuition
Information for Spouses
Children of Active Duty, Reservist, or National Guard
Prior Military Training Credit
We accept American Council on Education (ACE) credit recommendations for military education and training offered by the military service branches. The first step is to get an official transcript of your military training. In the event that you do not qualify for a transcript, we can evaluate your military records for possible credit.
Where should I send official copies of military transcripts or military training documentation?
How do I get my Army, Coast Guard, Marine, or Navy transcript?
What if I don’t qualify for a transcript?
- Answers to questions about your VA education benefits | GI Bill® website or 1.888.442.4551
- Verify your attendance online or call 1.877.823.2378
- Sign up or change your direct deposit information | 1.877.838.2778
- VA Debt Management Center | 1.800.827.0648