Yellow Ribbon Program
For the 2015-2016 academic year, Baylor University will participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program at the 50% rate of net tuition and mandatory fees. Tuition and mandatory fees less the $21,084.89 VA Cap, less any scholarship award that is designated for tuition and mandatory fees, equals net tuition and mandatory fees. Baylor will pay 50% of net tuition and mandatory fees and the federal government will pay the remaining 50%. Tuition and mandatory fees will be covered in full.
Participation in the Yellow Ribbon program is optional and available on a first come, first serve basis to a limited number of eligible students:
- Undergraduates - 260
- Graduates - no longer eligible
- Law - no longer eligible
To be eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program:
- You must be approved by the VA to receive Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits at the 100% level. If your eligibility percentage is below 100%, you are not eligible to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
- In order to apply you must have at least nine months of benefits. You must have entitlement left. (You will continue to use entitlement under the Post 9/11 GI Bill while participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program.)
- You must provide the VA Coordinator with the proper documentation needed to receive VA benefits under Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill while at Baylor University.
- You must not be active duty or an active duty spouse.
- You must be and remain in good academic standing with Baylor University. Baylor University is not required to continue making Yellow Ribbon contributions if a student is not making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) www.baylor.edu/sfs/sap.
- You cannot be receiving benefits under the John Fry Scholarship.
To apply for the Yellow Ribbon Program for the 2015-2016 academic year, download and complete the Yellow Ribbon Program Application form. Once the form is completed and signed, it must be returned to the VA Coordinator in Suite 370 of Robinson Tower.