Welcome to Clayton State University Center for Continuing Education! We are excited that you are considering using your benefits here to expand your education. At CSU we are military friendly and appreciate the service you have given to our country. I know I speak for our Director, Karen LaMarsh and our entire team when I say we look forward to serving you.
Please reach out if you have any questions, or just want to know more about our programs.
VA Certifying Official
The below programs have been approved for VA Education Benefits:
We know that a lot of things in life can be confusing, but we aim to make this as smooth as possible for our veterans.
Breakdown of Chapters:
CHAPTER 30: MONTGOMERY GI BILL: while on active duty, service member opted to pay contributions towards the GI Bill. Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill includes a monthly housing allowance paid according to the number of credit hours received.
CHAPTER 1606: MONTGOMERY GI BILL-RESERVES: Reservists actively drilling; 6 year obligation in Selected Reserves. Chapter 1606 Montgomery GI Bill for Reserves include a monthly housing allowance paid according to the number of credit hours received.
CHAPTER 1607: RESERVE EDUCATION ASSIST PROGRAM (REAP): Deployed at least 90 consecutive days after Sept 11, 2001. Chapter 1607 REAP includes a monthly housing allowance paid according to the number of credit hours received.
CHAPTER 35: SPOUSE/DEPENDENT EDUCATION ASSIST PROGRAM (DEA): Dependents/Spouse of veterans that are 100% service-connected disabled/deceased. Chapter 35 DEA includes a monthly housing allowance paid according to the number of credit hours received.
FRY SCHOLARSHIP: Dependents of service members who died in the line of duty after September 10, 2001. Effective January 2015, The FRY Scholarship is also available for the surviving spouse. Please select the link to find out more information about this VA Education Benefit.
CHAPTER 31: VA VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION & EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (VR&E): Service-Connected disabled veterans with a rating of at least 10% or a memorandum rating of 20% or more.
CHAPTER 33: POST 911 GI BILL: Active Duty Service Member on or after September 11, 2011 or Spouse/Dependent of Service Member who transferred entitlement. Registration Fees paid directly to school.
If you do decide to use your benefits, this is what you should do:
You may find these websites helpful at Clayton State University:
At the Department of Veterans Affairs