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Veteran Certification

Veteran Benefits

California State University, San Bernardino, has been approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education, a State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, to train eligibile veterans and their eligible dependents.

Undergraduate Degree Programs, Certificate Programs (through regular university only), Graduate Degree Programs and Teacher Credential Programs are approved programs for eligible veterans and their dependents. No other programs are approved by the BPPVE and veterans will not be awarded benefits for them. Therefore, only course work completed towards the specific degree, certificate program or credential program will be certified to the Veterans Administration. The Veteran Certifying Official at this institution has been delegated the authority to process enrollment verifications and other certification documents to confirm and audit each Veteran's enrollment activity to ensure that Veteran Benefits disbursements are in compliance with the Title 38 Program.

The following Veteran Education Assistance Programs are handled by the Veteran Certification office:

  • Chapter 30 (New G.I. Bill®)
  • Chapter 32 (VEAP)
  • Chapter 1606 (Reserve G.I. Bill®)
  • Chapter 1607 (REAP)
  • Chapter 35 (Dependents Education Assistance)
  • Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehab G.I. Bill®)
  • College Fee Waiver Program for Veterans Dependents

This office does not handle Tuition Assistance. Please contact Yolanda Gamble in Sponsored Billings (909) 537-5156 for help with this program.

The Veteran Certifying Official is located in the Veteran Success Center, lower level of the Bookstore building (BK-006). To initiate for the first time or to transfer your benefits, please contact: Jaime Espinoza, Veteran Certifying Official, at 909-537-7196 or at jespinoza@csusb.edu

For more specific information about the different benefit programs, please contact the Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-800-827-1000.

Visit the Veteran Success Center website.