Texas State University Forms
To be completed and returned to the University.
Parent Institution Form (PIF): GI Bill® recipients who wish to pursue a degree at Texas State University and take courses at another school must complete this form.
SB-297: GI Bill® recipients who intend to establish residency here in Texas are eligible for this nonresident tuition waiver. Submit a Residency Evaulation now!
Domicile Sworn Statement: Hazlewood-eligible dependents of active duty Veterans currently residing outside of Texas must complete this form to use their Hazlewood benefits. See a Domicile Sworn Statement template for help with this form.
Dual Objective Approval Form: Complete this form if you are a GI Bill® recipient working toward two degrees here at Texas State University.
Request for Full Time Status: GI Bill® recipients who are student teaching, completing an internship, or enrolled in another program which limits their credit hours may request full time status based on their clock hours. Complete this form and bring it to the Veterans Affairs Office for processing.
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Hazlewood Exemption Forms
To be completed and uploaded at the end of your Online Certification Request.
Hazlewood Exemption Application: To be completed by first time users here at Texas State University, as well as students with a break in enrollment here at Texas State University.
Hazlewood Continued Enrollment Application: To be completed ONLY if there is NO break in enrollment here at Texas State University.
Hazlewood Legacy Revocation: To be completed by Veterans who wish to revoke the assignment of unused Hazlewood hours. Complete this form and submit it to the Veterans Affairs Office for processing.
Department of Veterans Affairs Education Forms
To be sent directly to Muskogee, the Regional VA Office.
Mail forms to the Muskogee VA office or email them via the VA's secure email system.
... or you can complete the online forms via Vet.gov.
22-1995 Change of Program or Place of Training (Chapters 30, 32, 33, 1606, 1607)
22-5495 Change of Program or Place of Training Survivors’ and Dependents’ Education Assistance (Chapters 35 and 33 Fry Scholarship)
22-1990 Initial Application for VA Educational Benefits (Chapters 30, 32, 33, 1606, 1607)
22-1990E Initial Application for CH 33 Transferred Benefits. Use this form only if a service member already transferred you benefits and you want to apply to use them. The DOD must have already approved the request to transfer benefits.
22-5490 Initial Application for VA Educational Benefits Survivors’ and Dependents’ Education Assistance (Chapters 35 and 33 Fry Scholarship)
28-1900 Initial Disabled Veterans Application for Vocational Rehabilitation. Once you apply for Vocation Rehabilitation and Employment, a VA counselor will send you a letter for an appointment. This counselor will meet with you to develop a plan of services and assistance, which may or may not include training.
Misc VA Forms
22-1900t Tutorial Assistance
24-0296 Direct Deposit Enrollment
21-674 Request for Approval of School Attendance. To be completed by the person receiving or claiming benefits for a veteran's child who is at least 18 but under 23 and attending school. The veteran's child should complete the form only if he or she has reached the age of majority and is or will be entitled to receive direct payment of VA benefits.
SF 180 Request for Military Records/DD214
21-526 Application for VA Veterans Pension. Pension is a needs-based benefit paid to wartime Veterans, who meet certain age or non-service connected disability requirements.
21-530 Application for Burial Benefits. A one-time monetary benefit for burial, plot, and/or travel allowances after the passing of a veteran.