MILITARY STUDENTS

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

U.S. Air Force: Bring a copy of a Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) transcript or CCAF progress report to an academic advisor at Hickam Air Force Base education center or other WBU office in Hawaii. If applicable, also bring copies of transcripts from any other community college, junior college, vocational school, college and/or university attended. Your advisor will help you determine your course of study and prepare a preliminary degree plan that can be loaded to your Air Force portal before requesting TA.

U.S. Army: Begin with a visit to the education center counselor who will assist in acquiring the military documents required for an academic evaluation. Log onto the GoArmyEd portal and follow the instructions. Bring a copy of your JST (Joint Services Transcript) to a WBU academic advisor at the education center for Schofield Barracks or Tripler Army Medical Center or other WBU office in Hawaii. If applicable, also bring copies of transcripts from any community college, junior college, vocational school, college and/or university attended. Your advisor will help you determine your course of study and prepare a preliminary degree plan that can be loaded to your Army portal.

Navy, Marines, Coast Guard: Bring a copy of your JST (Joint Services Transcript) as well as any other academic transcripts from community colleges, junior colleges, vocational schools, or other colleges/universities if applicable. Visit with a WBU advisor for a course of study and preliminary degree plan that can be loaded to your on-line military portal or provided to your education center. Academic advisors are located at various military bases and at our Mililani site.

Active Duty Army or Air National Guard or any branch Reserves Service Member: Please follow instructions for your branch of the military above.

Military Tuition Assistance (TA): Any tuition assistance (TA) or financial aid a student receives, that can be confirmed, will be deducted from the total tuition owed. The student may then use a payment plan of 1/3 payments spread over 2 months for the remaining balance due. Students must pay their prior account balance in full before registering for the next term. The payment table below indicates the amounts that students must pay beyond what TA will pay.



Undergraduate Tuition effective August 1, 2014 Remember that Tuition Assistance has an annual cap. Students who use up their funding before the end of a fiscal year will need to pay out of pocket for more courses.
cred hrsIn-class tuitionTA paysStudent pays1st pmt2nd pmt3rd pmt
1 hr class $262 $250 $12 NA NA NA
3 hr class $786 $750 $36 NA NA NA
cred hrsOnline tuitionTA paysStudent pays1st pmt2nd pmt3rd pmt
1 hr class $348 $250 $98 $33 $33 $32
3 hr class $1044 $750 $294 $98 $98 $98


Prospective undergraduate students who are Former or Retired Service Members: Individuals who have served on active, reserve, or national guard duty, and were discharged or retired, can bring their latest JST (Joint Services Transcript), SMART, AARTS, Coast Guard, or CCAF transcript to be evaluated as well as any other academic transcripts from community colleges, junior colleges, vocational schools or other colleges/universities if applicable. If the JST or CCAF is not available, the student can bring in a DD 295 form that indicates Learning Experiences during military service.

Students who are former or retired military service members may be eligible to receive education benefits from the Office of Veterans' Affairs. To use these benefits toward WBU programs, qualifying documents must be submitted to the campus VA official certifier. They include a copy of the Application for Educational Benefits (VA form 22-1990), a copy of the student's DD-214 (with Honorable discharge), and a copy of the student's Certificate of Eligibility.