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U.S. Veterans

Chapter 33—Post 9/11 GI Bill

Ross is proud to support veterans and military members. Effective January 2014, The Board of Regents at the University of Michigan offers in-state tuition* status to all those who serve or who have served. You must apply for in-state tuition and provide the appropriate supporting documentation regarding your service. Information is located on the University of Michigan Office of the Registrar's website in the Residency section (web link is located at the end of this paragraph). Look for the section on "Establishing Eligibility Through Service." The "Application for In-State Tuition on the Basis of Service" is located at the bottom of the page. Details and application steps are here.

  • Visit the University of Michigan Student Veterans Assistance Program website—your first stop for student veteran information.
  • Accessing your benefits—Chapter 33 application information.
    Includes information on:  Post-9/11 GI Bill Chapter 33, Transfer of Entitlement to Spouse/Dependent Child; Montgomery GI Bill, Veterans, Active Duty Military, Reservist, and National Guard Members; Chapters 30, 1606 and 1607; Survivors/Dependents Educational Assistance Program (DEA), Chapter 35.
  • Certification at the University of Michigan.  You must submit your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) to the University of Michigan.  You must also submit a Veterans Certification Request Form each term to receive your benefits.  See complete information here.

* Executive MBA students pay a set inclusive tuition that includes tuition for courses, mandatory fees, plus other nonacademic costs (books, technology, accommodations during residence and dining). Chapter 33 will cover tuition for courses and mandatory fees only. Chapter 33 will pay also a monthly housing allowance to the student so the remaining nonacademic costs (books, technology, accommodations and dining) are the student's responsibility.

Contact Ross Financial Aid for more information.

The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid.  Disclaimer.