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Veteran and Military Admissions

Paying for College

The Veteran and Military Center staff can assist students with general GI Bill® questions and payment troubleshooting. Please feel free to email or call us at 937-775-5550 to make an appointment.

What do your GI Bill educational benefits Cover?

Please review the Available Benefits and Counseling to develop a basic understanding of the various GI Bill Benefits.

Next Steps

You can explore the overall cost of college with the Wright State Cost Estimator.

Here are some important items to consider:

  • GI Bill Chapters 1606 (National Guard/Reserve), 30 (Montgomery or “Old” GI Bill), and 35 (Dependents Educational Assistance Program) do not pay tuition and fees. You will receive a monthly stipend.
  • Flex terms and summer terms are reported as separate enrollments and can affect monthly stipends. Please see a staff member if you have questions about your program and terms.
  • Certain financial aid can impact Post 9/11 (Chapter 33) benefits by reducing the amount of tuition and fees the school can report.

We do recommend completing the FAFSA as part of your process. Please contact the VMC or RaiderConnect with questions.

The following aid is deemed “non-refundable” and is subtracted from your tuition and fee submission to the VA:

  • Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program (tuition only)
  • Ohio War Orphan Scholarship (tuition only)
  • Private scholarships (based on individual scholarship agreement)
  • Tuition assistance
  • Fee remission
  • Graduate assistantships
  • Fellowships
  • Post 9/11 (Chapter 33) will not cover:
    • Student health insurance-waiveable fee
    • Student legal fee-waiveable fee
    • Campus housing
    • Non-resident tuition-please see RaiderConnect to determine eligibility
    • Inclusive courseware fees
    • Non-mandatory fees
    • Admission application fees