Veteran and Military Center

Isakson and Roe Section 1018 Requirements

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Section 1018 of Public Law 116-315, Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 (PDF), adds new requirements for educational institutions participating in the educational assistance programs of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). These new provisions became effective June 15, 2021 and apply to Institutions of Higher Learning and Non-College Degree institutions beginning August 1, 2021. Many of the requirements are consistent with the requirements of the Principles of Excellence, currently in Executive Order 13607; however, there are requirements in addition to those embodied in the Principles of Excellence which schools must also satisfy to maintain approval for GI Bill® participation.

  1. Wright State Program Descriptions and Curriculum
  2. uAchieve is the degree audit system and will note if an academic requirement has or has not been fulfilled. This is a useful tool to track degree progress and plan for future terms.
  3. Transfer Credit: Military Credit, Prior Learning Assessment for experience based credit, and Credit by Exam for CLEP, DANTES and Excelsior
  4. Military Attendance Policy on for short terms Excused Absences and our Deployment Recommendations (PDF)
  5. Uniformed Service Re-Admissions Form
  6. Graduation and Completion Rates

Paying for College: Shopping Sheet Disclosures

Universities will provide financial information to students using benefits under chapter 30, 31, 32, 33, or 35 of title 38,U.S.C.,or chapter 1606 of title 10, U.S.C. with a College Financing Plan (personalized shopping sheet). 

  1. Estimated total cost of the attendance that includes tuition, fees, books, supplies and any other additional costs.
  2. You May Qualify for Federal Financial Aid
    • Consider Completing the Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) to see if you qualify for both loans and grants. Grants are funds that do not need to be repaid. You may be eligible for:
  3. Title IV Funding: Types of Student Loans – Subsidized and Unsubsidized Student Loans
  4. Student Loan Repayment Information
  5. Refund Policies related to Financial Aid
  6. Cost Estimator and Net Price Calculator
  7. College Financing Plan
  8. Transfer Based Scholarships
  9. There may be additional requirements including training, experience, or examinations that are required to obtain a license, certification or approval for the which the course of education prepares the individual.

Military and Education Funding

  1. GI Bill ® Comparison Tool
  2. Tuition Assistance (TA) Decide
  3. Contact the VA
  4. is a responsive online portal

Visit our Using Benefits Page for information about your particular GI Bill ® Chapter Benefit and what is covered:

  1. Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)
  2. Yellow Ribbon and Residency Program
  3. Veterans Readiness and Employment V (Chapter 31)
  4. Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30)
  5. Montgomery GI Bill – Selective Reserve (1606)
  6. Dependent Education Assistance (Chapter 35)

External College Comparison Tools

Consumer Finance Protection Bureau

For incoming students, this resource provides detailed financial information on higher education institutions and students can enter actual information to better calculate their circumstances. This tool can be found at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Paying for College.

The College Scorecard

The College Scorecard is another resource for students to evaluate schools.

The College Navigator

The National Center for Education Statistics offers the College Navigator to help students with various information when comparing schools.

Additional Campus Based Student Resources

  1. Academic Advising
  2. Office of Disability Services
  3. Career Services and Advising
  4. Academic Support Services
  5. The Veteran and Military Center

Points of Contact

Dayton Campus
Seth Gordon
Director, Veteran and Military Center

Lake Campus
Jenna Shaffer
Enrollment Services Advisor/Scheduler
419.586.0232 ext. 8432