CU-Veterans Affairs Degree Plan
The following is a variety of items that can specifically affect the smooth continuation of your VA benefits, and helpful hints of how to avoid payment problems & delays.
ALL VA students that are degree seeking at Cameron University
have a degree plan. The the VA Regional Office requires the CU-VA to maintain a degree plan for each student's educational objective.
Degree plan evaluations will be reviewed AFTER ALL prior official college transcripts are received in the CU-Admission's Office. All transcripts must be requested for VA purposes even if CU-Admissions does not need them.
to have all prior official college and military transcripts turned into the CU-Admissions office during the first semester of pursuing your VA stated educational objective
can result in a delay of payment
. A degree plan must be done before a person can be certified by CU-VA a third time.
If you have
had a VA degree plan completed by Mrs. Henson, you will be certified as
by the CU-VA and the
CU-VA office can not check for applicability of courses toward your VA degree plan.
YOU are RESPONSIBLE for making sure your classes are required by your VA degree plan.
Notify the CU-VA of
in degree plan pursuit selection.
- VA will not pay to repeat any courses that were completed successfully. Letter grades of A, B, C, and D are passing. Students will not be paid to repeat a course successfully passed for academic forgiveness or reprieve purposes! Exceptions: Some courses require a specific minimum grade. Check the University Catalog course description.