Welcome to Military-Connected Benefits and Certifications
The Military-Connected Benefits and Certifications Office at The University of Arizona works in partnership with the Veterans Administration to assist veterans and their eligible dependents in the GI Bill® Education Benefits Program.
A step by step guide to applying to The University of Arizona, obtaining your GI Bill® and certifying your enrollment. Contains information about some of our specific policies and process for our school.
Guide to Veterans Certification request process in UAccess Student.
Link to the Education Benefits page on the GI Bill® Web site at the U.S.. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Information on eligibility, benefits, rate of pursuit, and the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Information about calculating training time based on number of credits for which you are enrolled, partial payments, and obtaining a deferment for your tuition and fees.
Information about Concurrent Enrollment, Priority Registration, Restricted Status, Study Abroad, Tutoring Services and Veterans Education & Transition Services.
Most commonly asked questions regarding GI Bill benefits
Options for students who are being deployed.
VETS incorporate academics, institutional access, student involvement and research, not only to support the success of enrolled student veterans, but to understand their experiences more authentically and maintain a program that is effective and dynamic.
Military-Connected Benefits and Certifications Office
Student Union Memorial Center, Room 404
Phone: (520) 621-9501 Fax: (520) 621-3665
To schedule an appointment:
Main & Phoenix Campuses
Distance & Online Campuses
Muskogee VA Office can be reached at 888-442-4551 or www.va.gov
Principles of Excellence
The University of Arizona participates in the Principles of Excellence as directed by President Obama’s Executive Order. A student may submit a complaint if they believe their school is failing to follow the Principles of Excellence (i.e. unfair recruiting practices, credit transfer or change in degree requirements) through a centralized online reporting system via the Department of Defense website.