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Student Affairs • 423.652.4740
Weather & Emergency Information • 423.652.6446
VA Form 22-1990: Application for VA Benefits
VA Form 22-1990e: Application for Family Member to Use Transferred Benefits
VA Form 22-1995: Request for Change of Program
VA Form 22-5490: Application for Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance
VA Form 22-5495: Request for Change of Program
VA Form 28-1900: Disabled Veterans Application for Vocational Rehabilitation
VA Form 21-686C: Declaration of Status of Dependents with copy of marriage license and birth certificates
VA Form 2384-1: Notice of Basic Eligibility (NOBE) Must originate from your unit
King University Veterans Enrollment Agreement (submitted to SCO)
King University VA Certification Request Form (submitted to SCO)
Principles of Excellence
President Obama signed Executive Order 13607: Establishing Principles of Excellence for Educational Institutions Serving Service
Members, Veterans, Spouses and Other Family Members on April 27, 2012. These principles were developed to strengthen oversight, enforcement,
and accountability of education programs, and to ensure our service members, Veterans,
and their families have the information they need to make informed decisions concerning
their well-earned educational benefits.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Defense, Education, and Justice, along with the
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission, launched a
new online complaint system for veterans. Designed to identify institutions of higher
education engaged in deceptive, misleading practices, the centralized system collects
servicemembers’, veterans’, and dependents’ reports of negative experiences with educational
institutions. It then gives the federal government the information needed to identify
and address unfair practices and ensure high quality academic and student support
services. Students can submit a complaint if they believe their school is failing
to follow the Principles of Excellence through the centralized online reporting system
accessed via the Department of Defense and GI Bill website. When feedback is received,
agencies will contact the school on behalf of the student and work towards a resolution.
VA GI Bill Feedback System
Students should pay legitimate overpayment debts in full within 30 days after the
VA sends notification of the debt to the student. If the debt is not repaid promptly,
VA may take the following actions:
- add interest charges and collection fees to the debt
- withhold future benefits and apply them to the debt
- turn the debt over to a private collection agency
- file suit in federal court to collect the debt
- withhold approval of the veteran's VA home loan guarantee
- collect the debt from the student's federal income tax refund
Click here to visit the Debt Management Center website for more information.
To view a list of payment options click here.
Military Mobilization Policy
Students called to active duty because of military mobilization will have their academic
progress disrupted. Orders need to be sent to the Office of Registration and Records
for the student’s academic file. King University will address the issues related to
military mobilization as described below.
• Academic The student withdrawing because of military mobilization shall be withdrawn
without penalty (grade of W) and the reason for withdrawal shall be documented in
the student’s academic record. Individuals withdrawing close to the end of the term,
at the discretion of the Academic Dean and the course instructor, may be permitted
to complete the course.
• Financial The student shall incur no personal out of pocket financial liability
to King University as a result of being called to active military duty. When the withdrawal
date is determined, the withdrawal policies must be applied and the calculation performed.
All balances still owed by the student will be cancelled, and all money paid by the
student out of pocket will be refunded.
• Readmission When the military obligation has been satisfied, the student may be
re-enrolled at King University by completing the readmission process. His/her academic
standing will be the same as it was at the beginning of the term during which the
student left for military duty.
There will be no negative satisfactory progress repercussions as a result of withdrawal.
All academic scholarships controlled by the University at the time of withdrawal will
be reinstated if the student is re-enrolled. The U.S. Department of Education has
established the following guidelines applying to military personnel who are activated
or reassigned for a period of time.
The U.S. Secretary of Education treats borrowers who are ordered to active duty and
who have Direct Loans or other loans held by the Department of Education in accordance
with this guidance. The following information is taken from the September 2001 letter
from the Department of Education Deputy Secretary William D. Hensen (GEN-01-13).
Note:See the Military Mobilization Policy in the university's academic catalog for further information.