Student Affairs

FAQs

Three veterans

What section of the GI Bill do I qualify for?
How can I connect with other veterans on campus?
Are there veteran faculty members I can connect with?
How much academic credit can I get from my SMART transcript?
If I am the son or daughter of a veteran, do I qualify for any VA benefits?

 

 

What section of the GI Bill do I qualify for?

To learn more about your benefits and what you can qualify for, please visit our VA Benefits and Financial Aid page on this website.

How can I connect with/help other veterans on campus?

You can connect with other veterans through the Clemson University Student Veteran’s Association. This on-campus organization is recognized by Undergraduate Student Government and is a great way to meet and socialize with other veterans.

For more information, please visit our Military Connections page.

Are there veteran faculty members I can connect with?

Yes! There are many veteran faculty members on campus for you to connect with and meet. Several, in fact, are part of our Student Affairs Veterans Advisory Committee. Feel free to contact any faculty or staff member in this group for more information or just to find a listening ear.

How much academic credit can I get from my SMART transcript?

Clemson University wants to help you receive credit for courses you completed in either military training or at other universities; however, not all credits will transfer. For more information on which credits will transfer and how you can challenge these exams, please visit our Admissions page on this website.

If I am the son or daughter of a veteran, do I qualify for any VA benefits?

Yes. There are benefits for which you can qualify being a son or daughter of a veteran. To learn more about your benefits and free education/tuition, please visit our VA Benefits and Financial Aid page on this website.