Chapter 33 - Restored Tuition & Fee Rates
- Eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill prior to January 4, 2011.
- If you are a recipient of transferred Post 9/11 GI Bill entitlement, you must have been transferred the entitlement prior to January 4, 2011.
- If you were eligible for the Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (also known as Chapter 30) and elected to change to the Post 9/11 GI Bill, your election date must have fallen before January 4, 2011 to be eligible for restored rates.
- Continuously enrolled at Baylor University since January 4, 2011.
- "Enrolled" has been defined by the VA as "registered for classes". If you attended the Spring 2011 semester and registered for classes on or before January 4, 2011, you may be eligible for the restored tuition and fee rates.
- If you attended another school since January 4, 2011, you are not eligible for the restored tuition and fees rates.
- Enrolled in a program for which the combined amount of tuition and fees for full-time attendance during the 2010-2011 academic year exceeded $17,500.
You will receive up to the in-state maximum for tuition and mandatory fees. For these rates click the following link:
For VA FAQs about the Restored Tuition and Fee Rates:
NOTE: If you do not meet the eligibility requirements (listed above) to receive Restored Rates, your tuition and mandatory fee payments will be subject to the Private School Tuition and Fee Cap.
Helpful Baylor Links:
List of Frequently Asked Questions
Definitions of commonly used Terminology
To view a timeline of Baylor's VA Chapter 33 certification procedure click here.
To view information about obtaining your Baylor student account credit balance refund (if applicable) click here.