Veteran student frequently asked questions
What are the tuition benefits at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and who certifies?
Tuition and fees are covered up to $24,476.79 per VA academic year (August 2019- July 2020). Dawn Wilmoth in the Office of the Registrar will certify your eligibility. You may contact her at email@example.com.
What is the monthly housing stipend?
The housing stipend is paid directly to a student on a monthly basis and equals the amount of the basic housing for military personal in military housing adjusted by the zip code of the educational institution where the student is enrolled. Students enrolled in 100% online courses are limited to $840.50 monthly.
What is the book allowance stipend?
The annual maximum is $1000 per academic year ($41.61 per credit hour up to 24 credit hours each academic year) and is paid in two equal payments directly to a student at the beginning of his/her semester.
What is the tutoring benefit?
Students who have been determined to require tutoring are eligible for $100 per month for up to 12 months. This benefit is not charged against the 36-month entitlement.
What is the licensing/certification examination benefit?
Up to $2000 is provided to cover the cost of one licensing or certification test. This benefit is not charged against the 36-month entitlement.
Are active duty students eligible?
Students on active military duty can receive up to the full amount of tuition and fees but housing allowances and books and supplies are not payable. These students may want to postpone utilizing Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits until they have used all 36 months of Chapter 30 benefits in order to qualify for an additional 12 months of educational benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill® (48 months of educational benefits in total).
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Can benefits be transferred to family members?
Eligible students may transfer a portion of their education benefits to their spouse and or eligible dependent children.
Should a student utilize post 9/11 GI BILL® Benefits? Students should consider a number of questions in determining which VA education benefit is the best choice at this time.
Some of those questions include:
- Which benefit pays more?
- What Post 9/11 GI Bill® tier (which impacts the benefit amount) is the student eligible for?
- Does the student have remaining entitlement under other VA Education Programs that would be best utilized prior to making use of Post 9/11 GI benefits?
In making the choice of benefit, students should look at remaining entitlement under other VA Education Programs that would be best utilized prior to making use of Post 9/11 GI benefits.
Students who are eligible for Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits AND two or more other VA education benefits must make an irrevocable choice to give up ONE of the other education benefits but may retain TWO education benefits. Students may be able to change which of the two education benefits to draw from depending upon eligibility.
Also, active duty veterans that are qualified for both Montgomery GI Bill® and Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits and utilize all of their MGIB benefits first will qualify for an additional 12 months of educational benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill® (48 months of educational benefits in total).
Visit the GI Bill® website for more information.
Please be aware that if a student chooses Post-9/11 GI Benefits, THIS CHOICE IS IRREVOCABLE. A student cannot retract the choice and switch to another educational benefit.