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Veterans services are provided through the Office of Admissions and Records. Here, the veterans' staff provides assistance to veterans and eligible dependents in qualifying for educational benefits and in planning educational programs.
Glendale Community College, through the State Department of Education, is under contract with the Veterans Administration to offer higher education to veterans and eligible dependents under U.S. Code Title 38, Chapters 30, 31, 32, 35, and 1606. A V. A. beneficiary may receive monthly compensation under the G.I. Bill or the Post Vietnam Era Veterans Educational Assistance Program based on their attendance and number of units in which they are enrolled.
Glendale Community College is approved as a degree-granting institution for the attendance of veterans and veteran's dependents entitled to educational assistance. After filing an application for admission, a veteran wishing to attend on one of the V.A. assistance bills should complete all necessary forms with the Veterans Clerk located in the Admissions and Records Office.
An Intent-To-Register form must be submitted to the Veterans Clerk for each semester that they wish to receive the Montgomery G. I. Bill.
It is the veteran's responsibility to promptly notify the college Veterans Clerk of any change in program, which would affect his/her V. A. assistance.
Veterans who are taking a course which lasts less than a semester will be paid only for the actual enrollment period. Veterans must be enrolled in at least one additional unit of academic subjects than the number of units in which they are enrolled in Cooperative Education-Work Experience.
Credit For Military Training
Glendale Community College will recognize and grant credit to veterans for educational training completed in the armed forces provided such credit is not a duplication of work taken previously. College work completed through the United States Armed Forces Institute will be accepted. In order to receive credit for military training, veterans must petition for such credit and present authentic military service and training records including a copy of discharge papers.
Applicants desiring credit for military training will be required to provide appropriate documents before credit for military service can be granted. Credit awarded for military training will include credit for Health Education toward the Associate degree.