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CHCP Military and Veteran Grant

CHCP Military and Veteran Grant

CHCP Military and Veteran Grant

CHCP is committed to helping those who have served our country to achieve their educational goals and is pleased to offer a new CHCP Military Grant(20% of total tuition costs!) for active duty, veterans, their spouses, and dependents who enroll at the institution and meet all eligibility criteria.

CHCP understands your options for professional training and continuing education. Our professional staff will assist active duty service members, spouses, veterans, and their dependents with academic and financial needs, admissions and enrollment processes, as well as military and veteran's benefits.

At CHCP we offer many advantages:

  • Campuses in San Antonio, Houston, Austin, DallasFort Worth, and McAllen, as well as a convenient online learning format with classes beginning throughout the year.
  • A wide variety of allied health care education programs.
  • We use a combination of lectures, labs, and hands-on training to fully prepare students for their health care career of choice.
  • Career development assistance.
  • CHCP Military Grant (20% of total tuition costs) for all active-duty service members, spouses, veterans, and their dependents who qualify and enroll in a program of study at CHCP. The amount of the discount will be credited to the student account card term by term upon confirmation that all eligibility criteria are satisfied and application procedures completed.

Basic Requirements for CHCP Military Grant

For all active-duty service members, spouses, veterans and their dependents who qualify and enroll in a program of study at CHCP. The grant amount is the equivalent to 20% of tuition less credit given for transfer courses. Eligibility:

  • Is applied to veterans who qualify for less than 100% VA benefits.
  • Complete the application for VA Benefits (22-1990 or 22-5490).
  • Student must be honorably discharged, or a dependent or spouse of an honorably discharged service member.
  • Student must fill out the CHCP Military Grant Application in full and turn in to the Financial Aid Advisor; along with a copy of the student’s DD-214 or NGB22.
  • Students are responsible for payment of their tuition and fees not covered by the military or other government agency.
  • Grant award will be applied in last week before the term/payment period ends.

Students are responsible for payment of their tuition and fees not covered by the military or other government agency. The CHCP Military Discount is non-transferable, non-negotiable, non-refundable, and has no cash value.

Contact us at 1-800-487-6728 to learn even more about our health care programs.

Although your Financial Aid Advisor can assist you with the application process for the following programs, CHCP does not determine eligibility or award funding for these programs and provides this overview for informational purposes only.

Additional Veteran Benefits

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

MONTGOMERY GI BILL ® Active Duty – Chapter 30

The Montgomery GI Bill ® Active Duty (MGIB), also known as Chapter 30, is a Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefit program for eligible service members and veterans. The MGIB provides up to thirty-six months of benefits and generally can be used within ten years from the date of release from active duty.

POST-9/11 BILL – Chapter 33

The Post-9/11 GI Bill ®, known as Chapter 33, is a Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefit program for service members and veterans who served on active duty after September 10, 2001. You may be eligible if you served at least ninety aggregate days on active duty after September 10, 2001, or were discharged with a service connected disability after thirty days of continuous active duty service after September 11, 2001. You must continue to be on active duty or have received an honorable discharge in order to be eligible. The Post-9/11 GI Bill® generally provides up to thirty-six months of benefits with rates determined by length of active duty service. Benefits are generally payable up to fifteen years after release from active duty.

Military Tuition Assistance

Additional resources are available to eligible members of the military include Federal Military Tuition Assistance, as well as Tuition Assistance Top-Up. Although your Financial Aid Advisor can assist you with the application process, CHCP does not determine eligibility or award funding for these programs.

The Federal Military Tuition Assistance Program
The Military Tuition Assistance Program provides tuition assistance for eligible service members to pursue voluntary off duty education. Service members must obtain Military Tuition Assistance through their branch of service. To obtain Military Tuition Assistance, you need to visit your installation's education office in order to receive college counseling and develop an education plan. You must apply for and receive written authorization to receive Tuition Assistance.

For more information on Military Tuition Assistance and links to Military Tuition Assistance information for each branch of service, see Military.com Tuition Assistance (TA) Program Overview.

Tuition Assistance Top-Up

If you are approved for Federal Tuition Assistance by a military program and are eligible for Montgomery GI Bill ® (MGIB) or Post-9/11 GI Bill ®benefits, you may be eligible for an additional benefit called Tuition Assistance Top-Up. The amount of the benefit can be equal to the difference between the total cost of a college course and the amount of Tuition Assistance that is paid by the military for the course. If you receive the Top-Up benefit, your MGIB or Post-9/11 benefits will be reduced.

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