Veterans Resource Center
The Auburn University Veterans Resource Center (VRC) assists veterans, guardsmen, reservists, active duty, military dependents and survivors with education resources in making a successful transition into the AU Community. The VRC devotes timely and comprehensive support and a range of services for military connected students, bu collaborating with VA representatives, the AU Community, and civilian-advocate organizations.
Located at 217 Foy Hall, the VRC provides an array of resources for our military-affiliated students. One of our primary functions is to assist students navigating the VA Education system. We help students who are using Chapter 30: Montgomery GI Bill® (MGBI), Chapter 31: Veteran Readiness & Employment (VR&E), Chapter 33: Post 9/11 GI Bill®, Chapter 35: Dependents Education Assistance (DEA), Chapter 1606: Montgomery GI Bill®-Select Reserve (MGIB-SR) and the Fry Scholarship. Additionally, we help answer questions about the Alabama GI Dependent Scholarship (ALGI) and process the Alabama National Guard Education Assistance Program (ANGEAP).
In addition to helping students apply and utilize their GI Bill®, we also assist students determine if they qualify for resident tuition rates under Section 702 of The Veterans Choice & Accountability Act (Choice Act), the Alabama House Bill 424 (HB424), and the National Guard Waiver (NG Waiver). Auburn University also participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP), offering 100 slots a year.
For information on how to use VA Education benefits here at Auburn, and for a list of resources for military-affiliated students, please visit our website veterans.auburn.edu.
VA Reporting Information
If students have an issue or complaint about a school or training facility that is eligible to receive GI Bill® benefits, students can submit feedback to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Students can submit feedback to alert the VA is a school isn't following the Principles of Excellence guidelines or if he/she has another concern or issue they would like to make the VA aware of. Feedback should be submitted via the following link: www.va.gov/education/submit-school-feedback/introduction