Veterans Center of Excellence GI Bill® Benefits
Check your email for important VA updates. Clark College Veterans Affairs (VA) office
serves as a liaison between Clark College and the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
It is the students' responsibility to ensure they have fulfilled all necessary requirements
in order to use their educational benefits at Clark College.
Prior to speaking with a Clark College VA representative we urge all new enrolling students to familiarize themselves with their VA Education Benefits that they intend on using by going to www.gibill.va.gov. The Veterans Affairs office should be the next stop when an individual (eligible to receive VA educational benefits) intends to go back to school. We will assist students in regards to setting up their VA education benefits at Clark College.
Post 9/11 Chapter 33 Benefits
To learn more the Post 9/11 Chapter 33 benefits, please visit www.gibill.va.gov and follow the 3 STEP process. Print a copy of the application you submitted and turn that into the Veterans Affairs Office at Clark College.
Other VA -Education Benefits Checklist
For VA Students Planning on Attending Clark in the Future: Review checklist for Chapters 30,31,35,1606 & 1607
Veterans' Tuition Waivers
25% discount of tuition for eligible veterans or National Guard members. Eligibility requires that a student have Washington domiciliary and that their discharge was Honorable. Students need to provide a copy of their DD214, page 4, to the Veterans Center of Excellence at Clark College so that we can verify an Honorable discharge, and also verify that the DD214 reflects the award of applicable campaign medal service.
Veterans' Dependents Tuition Waiver
100% Tuition Waiver for eligible dependents of veterans
Financial Aid + VA Benefits
We urge all students using VA Educational Benefits to apply for financial aid. Visit the Clark College Financial Aid web page to review eligibility requirements, grants available to you and access to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
A list of the top reasons why students experience delays or interruptions in receiving their benefits once they are in school
If you are receiving benefits under MGIB (Chapter 30 or Chapter 1606) you must verify your enrollment.
You may be eligible for other veterans' benefits whether or not you qualify for educational benefits. Check out our links to other website where you will find additional information in support of veterans.