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Your GI Bill® benefits will go further at Texas A&M University-Commerce. With some of the lowest tuition rates in the state, we make it easier for veterans like you to earn a college degree. Find out how to make the most of your military training and benefits as you convert that discipline into a highly valued education that will enable you to succeed in the marketplace.

A&M-Commerce, with the support and cooperation of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Texas Veterans Commission, is proud and dedicated to serve the veteran students and their dependents in their pursuit of higher learning.

Here are A&M–Commerce’s instructions for veterans and their dependents to apply for benefits.
Applications for benefits (Ch. 30, 32, 33, 1606, and 1607: see attached form 1990; for Ch. 35 see attached form 22-5490; Ch. 30, 32, 33, 1606, and 1607 change of program: see attached form 22-1995; and for Ch. 35 change of program: see attached 22-5495) for new and transfer veterans and their dependents, can be made online directly to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, or in person in the Student Access and Success Center at 2200 Campbell St.

Every semester a Request for Certification (PDF) for all VA students receiving the GI Bill® must be submitted prior to entitlements starting.

Information for each chapter can be found by clicking on one of the links below:

Chapter 30: Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty
Chapter 31: Vocational Rehabilitation and employment
Chapter 32: Post-Vietnam Era Veteran’s Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) and The Educational Assistance Pilot Program (Section 901)
Chapter 33: The Post 9/11 GI BILL® (NEW)
Chapter 35: Survivors’ and Dependent’s Educational Assistance Program
Chapter 1606: Montgomery GI BILL® – Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program
Chapter 1607: Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP)