The Registrar's Office will need the Social Security number of the veteran. You can call our office at 212 998-4280 to provide us with the SSN and/or the Registrar’s Office will contact you.
A student may take courses at more than one institution that apply to his or her degree. The institution that will grant the degree is the student's "primary" institution; all other schools are "secondary" institutions.
Supplemental enrollment is when a student is enrolled at a secondary institution. VA will pay for the credits taken at a secondary institution.
Concurrent enrollment is when a student is enrolled at both the primary school and secondary isntitutions simultaneously. VA will pay for the combined credit, taking overlapping enrollment dates into account.
The School Certifying Official at the primary institution will provide a letter addressed to the Certifying Official at the secondary institution indicating courses that will be accepted as transfer credit that apply to the student’s degree requirements.
To request a “Parent School Letter” to be sent to the secondary School Certifying Official, submit the following information to your NYU School Certifying Official via email at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Course schedule from secondary school
"The combined tuition benefits available to a student cannot exceed the student’s total tuition costs. Tuition payments received by a student under the Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33 veteran benefits) and Yellow Ribbon program are considered duplicative of any VTA and/or TAP award. Students receiving tuition assistance through these programs may, and in most cases will have their State VTA and/or TAP payment reduced or denied due to these other benefits."
In the scenarios listed above, the student may be subject to finance charges or registration holds if the balance is not paid by the student.