CalArts is approved for the training of veterans and eligible persons under Title 38, US Code. Counseling for veterans is available in the Office of the Registrar. Arrangements should be made during the summer to file transfer forms and to initiate claims for the fall semester.


Contact information:
Erin Michelle Collins
Registrar/VA Certifying Official 
Phone: 661-253-7894
Email: veterans@t0r4.com

How to Get Started - VA Benefits Frequently Asked Questions

What is the first step?

Check with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).  If you are eligible, you should create a VA E-Benefits account.  Once created, call the VA to request your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) and the VA will issue (via mail) an eligibility letter that outlines what benefits you are eligible for.

How do I contact the Department of Veterans Affairs for information?

By calling 888.442.4551 or visiting

How do I apply for VA Benefits?

By using the Veterans Online Application (VONAPP) at

I received my VA eligibility letter, now what?

Submit a copies of the COE, your DD214, and if you are changing the school to which your benefits are being paid, submit a copy of the VA’s Change of Program Form (link: ) that you submitted to the VA, to our Certifying Official at veterans@t0r4.com在线成 人影片,在线看的性视频网站,51社区免费视频最新. Once you have registered for classes, immediately let your Certifying Official know so your classes can be certified.

How long does it take to receive VA benefits?

First-time recipients should receive their benefits in approximately six to eight weeks. Continuing students should receive their benefits in approximately three to four weeks. If your program qualifies, BHA should start at the end of the first month of attending certified classes and the book/supply stipend should arrive with each semester/term, often with first BHA of the same semester/term.

Who do I contact if I have questions regarding my eligibility or remaining benefits?

Please contact the Department of Veterans Affairs at 888.442.4551 or visit their site at .

How do I order my JST (Joint Services Transcript)?

Please visit the ACE (American Council on Education) website to order your JST. ACE will guide you directly to the ordering website for your military branch.


Effective August 1, 2019: Section 103, PL 115-407

Attendance and Participation While Awaiting VA Tuition and Fee Payments

在线成 人影片,在线看的性视频网站,51社区免费视频最新Effective August 1, 2019, any student using CH31 (Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment benefits) or CH33 (Post-9/11 G.I. Bill) is protected from any penalties imposed by the Institute while waiting for the VA to make tuition and fee payments.

Under this policy, the Institute:

  • Cannot deny a student access to classrooms, libraries, or other institutional facilities
  • Cannot make the student borrow money to cover costs while waiting for payment
  • Cannot charge a student a late fee or penalty

Protection begins when the student provides the school with a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) or a Statement of Benefits.

The Institute can require the student to submit:

  • the COE or Statement of Benefits no later than the first day of the program
  • a written request to use the benefits or other necessary certifications

The coverage period ends when VA make payment or 90 days after the date the Institute certifies tuition and fees.

For more information regarding this policy, contact your School Certifying Officer (SCO) Erin Collins at veterans@t0r4.com.

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