This webpage provides information for Military Students advising them of the points of contact at Tuskegee University that will assist them with applying for and receiving military benefits.
Military students may also seek the counsel and approval of their Educational Service Officer (ESO), prior to enrolling at Tuskegee University.
Students receiving veterans benefits (all chapters) are responsible for the payment of all tuition and fees at the time of registration.
|VA Education Programs||VA Forms Number|
|Chapter 30 – Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty||#22-1990 - Active Duty|
|Chapter 31- Vocational Rehab||#28-1905 – Veteran|
|Chapter 35 – Survivors and Dependent Assistance||#22-5490 - Dependent|
|Must have medical rating of 100% service connected disability for private institutions|
|Post-9/11||#22-1990 - Retired Veteran/Active Duty|
|Post-9/11 Transfer of Entitlement Option||#22-1990E – Dependent|
|Fry Scholarship||#22-5490 - Dependent|
|Chapter 1606 – Montgomery GI Bill® Selected Reserve||#22-1990 - Reservist|
All VA Forms are accessible at www.benefits.va.gov.
On the Veterans Benefits Administration Home Page:
Online Application Process:
Most importantly, please submit all applications to Muskogee Regional Processing Center (Western Region) for students who are attending schools in Alabama. It takes up to 30 days for processing.
Veteran/Reservist Transfer Student
Dependent Transfer Student
Upon review of all documents (Benefits Data Form, Certificate Letter of Eligibility & Curriculum Balance Sheet), paperwork is submitted to the Office of the Registrar at Tuskegee University for enrollment certification VA Form 22-1999 to be completed and electronically submitted to the Department of Veterans Affairs, Muskogee, OK. It takes up to 30 days for processing before dispersing funding to the institution or to the recipient.
If you are a recipient of Chapter 31, Post-9/11 or the Fry Scholarship than a copy of the VA Form 28-1905 or Certificate Letter of Eligibility will be forwarded to the Office of the Bursar.
You may contact a representative at the Department of Veterans Affairs Education Benefit Assistance Service at 1.888.442.4551 for questions.