If you have applied for and been approved to use VA Education Benefits, please review the following information regarding the Enrollment Certification process at WSU. If you are a first-time student at WSU, please see the First-Time Student page.
To be able to use your education benefits, you must be pursuing an approved program of study. This generally means you must be fully admitted to a degree-bound program and following a set program of study.
To view and print an information checklist about applying for and using VA education benefits at WSU, please click here.
Effective beginning with the Spring 2015 semester, WSU Veterans Services will no longer accept class schedules signed by Academic Advisors.
Due to more stringent program of study and certification requirements from the Department of Veterans Affairs, students wishing to have their enrollment certified for VA Education Benefits must meet with their Academic Advisor to complete the Enrollment Certification Request form (below) each semester.
Undergraduate Students: visit Forms page to print form for appropriate academic term
Graduate Students: visit Forms page to print form for appropriate academic term
Enrollment certification with the Department of Veterans Affairs for educational benefits will not be completed by WSU Veterans Services until you have submitted this form each semester, completed in full by both you and your Academic Advisor. You may bring this form to our office in Jardine Hall, room 203; scan and email it to Veterans.Services@wichita.edu; or fax it to our office at (316) 978-3396.
If you change your enrollment after you have had your enrollment certified for the semester by our office, you will need to submit a revised Enrollment Certification Request form, completed in full by both you and your Academic Advisor, indicating that you are requesting recertification of your enrollment. You may bring this form to our office in Jardine Hall, room 203; scan and email it to Veterans.Services@wichita.edu, or fax it to our office at (316) 978-3396.