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Yellow Ribbon Program
What is the Yellow Ribbon Program?
NC State University has voluntarily elected to fund a portion of graduate or undergraduate tuition and fees that are over and above the amount covered under the Chapter 33 veterans benefits under the GI Bill. We value the contributions of our veteran students. As part of a campus-wide effort to ease the transition from military to civilian life, we hope providing this funding will both reduce some of the stress associated with returning to school, and help us show our appreciation to those who have served.
For the 2011-2012 academic year, NC State is committed to extend Yellow Ribbon Program funds to 50 students on a first-come/first-served basis. The university will pay $4000 per year of the difference between tuition and fee charges and the amount covered by the GI Bill, Chapter 33. The VA will match these Yellow Ribbon funds. Yellow Ribbon funding will be available in the Fall and Spring semesters.
Learn more about the Yellow Ribbon Program.
How Do I Participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program at NC State?
- If you have Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits remaining (Chapter 33), you qualify for those benefits at the 100% rate, and you are a current graduate or undergraduate student at NC State University, submit a copy of your letter of eligibility to Holly Danford in the Veterans Affairs Office and inquire about the availability of Yellow Ribbon funds.
- Complete an application and be accepted into a degree-seeking program at NC State.
- If you have not already done so, contact the VA Certifying Official in Registration & Records-1000 Harris Hall-to begin the certification process and attend a VA Information Session.
Register for classes and submit an enrollment worksheet to the VA Certifying Official via the Veterans website.