Beaufort County Community
College provides information regarding VA Education Benefits through the
Montgomery G.I. Bill. Students should apply if they fall into the following
categories: those who have served on active duty, are a National Guardsman
or Reservist, or are the spouse, widow or child of a veteran that is 100%
permanently/totally disabled or deceased due to a military conflict.
To initiate proceedings in
applying for veterans' educational benefits, the student veteran should
first contact the Financial Aid Office, and speak with the VA Certifying
Official who coordinates matters on campus pertaining to educational
benefits from the Veterans Administration. For information about VA benefits
or questions regarding eligibility, contact the
BCCC VA Coordinator. Also see
Department for Veteran's Affairs Web Page
for more information.
N.C. Veterans' Affairs Scholarship - The Department of Veterans' Affairs offers
scholarship assistance to North Carolina Children of deceased or disabled
veterans or of certain veterans who were listed in a POW/MIA status. An
eligible student should write to the N.C. Department of Veterans' Affairs,
Raleigh, N.C., for information.
North Carolina National
Guard Tuition Assistance Program
Active North Carolina
National Guard members may be eligible for tuition assistance. Persons
desiring information or applications for this assistance should contact
their unit representative.
VA Vocational Rehabilitation and