Continuing Veteran/Dependent Students

Enrollment for classes through our Veteran Education Program is now closed for the Spring 2017 semester. Information for the Fall semester will be available in the upcoming months.

A continuing student is an eligible veteran/dependent who attended and successfully completes classes this past Fall 2016 semester at any of our four adult school sites.

If you have completed the total allowed semester(s) in each course, do not re-enroll in the same course, the VA does not pay for repeat courses or give extensions.

(Although Course names, instructors, and times may change in an individual course, course curriculum remains the same. Therefore, repeating the course is not allowed)


Enrollment Steps:

Step 1: Registration for classes

Registration will begin on Tuesday July 5th at 8 am and will be available at all 4 individual school site.

Browse our course catalog to see courses available for the Fall 2016 semester. Take note of the course times and location of the course of choice. The location of the course is the location you will go to for registration beginning July 5th.

Course registration is based on first come, first served basis. Once courses are full, registration for that class will end. There are no exceptions to this policy. We do not have waiting lists for our courses.

Per Veteran Administration, (Title 38 U.S.C. 3680A(d) and 38 CFR 21.4201), each individual program must meet VA regulations in respect to class counts. Therefore, to remain in compliance with this policy, each program will have a maximum cap of up to 85:15 ratio for Veteran student enrollment


Hours required for each Fall and Spring semester:






Full time 18-21 hours per week 22-25 hours per week
Three quarter time 14-17 hours per week 16-21 hours per week
Half time 10-13 hours per week 12-15 hours per week

(ALL CTE CLASSES ARE THEORY BASED COURSES) Chapter 33 students will NOT receive a housing allowance if enrolled in a class 9 hours or less.



To enroll in any of our Health Occupations courses you will need to take a Reading Assessment, for date/times check our CTE Health Occupations Reading Assessment Schedule

Step 2: Textbooks

  • Textbook list
  • Click here to Purchase CTE textbooks
  • Textbook information will be given to students on first day of school.

Post 9/11 Chapter 33 veteran students will receive a lump sum from the VA for books and supplies stipend equal to $83 per month and prorated for partial months of attendance, up to an annual maximum of $996 each year.


Step 3: Submit enrollment information for VA Certification

1.) Print, sign, and scan the following forms:

     * Statement of Understanding

     * Continuing Student Request

2.) Send your payment receipt along with forms listed above to      Please add: “ATTN: Processing Clerk, Registration Information” to the subject line. You will receive a confirmation email of receipt of email along with a tracking number for your file. Please do not lose the tracking number. This is the number associated with your file. Once your file has been processed, you will receive another email confirming the certification with a copy of your certification letter for the Spring 2016 school semester.

To submit information in person

  1. Veteran Program Office will be accepting walk in submissions beginning Monday July 18
  2. Submission available during the hours of 9:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm ONLY.
  3. Walk in submissions WILL NOT BE accepted from Tuesday July 5th-Friday July 15th


Step 4: Plan to attend school

The first day of class is Monday, January 11th, plan to attend. If for any reason you won’t be able to attend, please notify the Veteran Program Office via e-mail at: