07 Mar Resources for Veterans. USC currently has about 900 veterans at both the undergraduate and graduate level
The 2 main offices at USC that support veterans are the Veterans Certification Office and the Transfer Success & Veteran Student Program.
Veterans Certification workplace: The target of this office would be to help initiate and process your education benefits, namely the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon system. Within the GI Bill programs is the Post-9/11 GI Bill, which provides a maximum of $19,198.31 toward tuition and fees that are mandatory. This might be where in actuality the Yellow Ribbon (YR) Program will come in. YR provides additional funding for veterans who want to attend private organizations. Presently, USC sponsors 20 undergraduate veterans through YR, and many graduate programs participate into the program since well, offering 83 YR spots to students that are graduate. But, according to Robert Morley, Associate Registrar in the Veterans Certification Office, most undergraduate veterans will receive comprehensive need-based aid that is financial, including need-based grants, which helps offset what is not covered by the GI Bill.
Transfer Success & Veteran Student Program: The program that is veteran run by Assistant Director Syre