Current & Continuing Students
Forms for Download
Veterans Statement of Responsibility
The Veteran's Statement of Responsibility provides you with the guidelines you must follow while attending Skyline College. It lists a combination of Veterans Administration regulations and college policy, but is not fully inclusive.
Veterans Certification Request Form
If you are receiving your VA Educational Benefits, you must complete and submit an Veterans Certification Request Form for each semester. You must provide the VA Certifying Official in the Admissions & Records Office the Veterans Certification Request Form along with an up-to-date Student Educational Plan (SEP).
Student Educational Plans
In order to receive your VA Educational Benefits, you must have all of your courses listed in your Student Educational Plan (SEP) that you complete with an academic counselor. You must frequently provide the VA Certifying Official with an updated copy of your SEP if you add or remove courses from you plan. If the VA Certifying Official does not have an up-to-date copy, you are at risk of decertification.
Educational Objectives and Majors
You must have an Educational Objective and major on file. You may change your educational objective (major) between semesters using your WebSMART account. Changing your objective requires obtaining a new SEP from an academic counselor.
Chapter 30, 1606, 1607, and VRAP Only
Must contact the VA on the last day of each month or within the first week of each month to verify your enrollment. You can call (877) 823-2378 or go online at www.gibill.va.gov/wave for enrollment verification.
Chapter 33 Post 9/11 Only
In order to collect your monthly allowance, you must be certified for 7 units or more (more than half-time) in the fall and spring semesters and 6 units in the summer semester. If your certification drops to half-time or below, you will stop receiving a monthly payment. Veterans must be enrolled full-time to receive 100% of their Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA) entitlement.
If you withdraw, drop, or receiving a failing grade, this may lead to an overpayment and a debt. If an overpayment is created resulting in a debt you may be responsible for repaying the VA for tuition and fees, books, and basic housing allowance. The amount of the overpayment may vary depending on the date in which you withdraw, drop, or receive a failing grade.