Walden University’s academic programs are approved by the Minnesota State Approving Agency for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs under the jurisdiction of the St. Louis Regional Processing Center. School Certifying Officials in the Walden Office of Military Services are trained and authorized by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to certify student enrollment in approved academic programs. Enrollment certifications are submitted using VA Form 22-1999. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs receives, processes, and issues payment after processing VA Form 22-1999.
Students planning to pay tuition by using any type of GI Bill®,* VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E), or Federal Tuition Assistance should contact the Walden University Office of Military Services in order to initiate the administrative support that will ensure the prompt availability of these financial resources. The Military Services Office at Walden University can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minnesota GI Bill (MGIB) financial aid recipients who do not complete the required MGIB period of instruction may not be entitled to keep the full amount of MGIB financial aid disbursed to them.
The following financial resource programs for veterans, current military personnel, and dependents can be used at Walden:
*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website.
The university can assist students in securing private education loans through various participating financial institutions. For additional information, students can review the Federal Programs page of this handbook or they may contact a Walden University financial aid representative at 1-800-925-3368.
A third party may pay for a student’s tuition by submitting a voucher, purchase order, or letter of credit to Sponsorships@mail.WaldenU.edu. The following information should be included:
Faculty or staff members at a college or university may be able to benefit from the Higher Education Professional Development Program.
Employment opportunities are available for Walden undergraduate and graduate students as needed by the university’s academic programs, cocurricular centers, and service centers. When available, these positions are posted on Walden’s careers site.
There are two categories of student employment positions at Walden:
*Eligibility and hiring criteria vary according to the needs of the hiring academic program, cocurricular center, or service center. At a minimum, students must be in good academic standing with no outstanding holds. Walden provides paid training, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which all students hired for any UGA or GA position must complete. UGA and GA positions are temporary, not part-time or full-time, positions at the university.
Walden offers merit-based scholarships for academic and professional accomplishment. More detailed information about the following scholarships and others that may also be available to Walden students can be found in the Tuition and Financial Aid section of the Walden website.
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