Abraham Lincoln University’s faculty and staff offer sincere appreciation to the veterans and service members who have selflessly and courageously served honorably in the United States military. Veterans have earned education benefits for their service that may be applied toward earning a college degree.
Abraham Lincoln University is approved through the California State Approving Agency for Veterans Education (CSAAVE) to train veterans and eligible persons in the diploma and degree programs listed in this catalog.
Student eligibility for VA education benefits through the G.I. Bill is determined solely by the Department of Veterans Affairs. To inquire about eligibility for G.I. Bill education benefits as a veteran or service member, please call 888-442-4551 or visit the website at www.gibill.va.gov .
To be compliant with standards issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), a student utilizing GI Bill education benefits enrollment status is based on the following table:
|Semester Course Load||Student Status|
|Undergraduate: 8-Week Courses||6 semester hours||Full-time|
|3 semester hours||Full-time|
|Graduate: 8-Week Courses||6 semester hours||Full-time|
|3 semester hours||Three-quarter-time|
Veterans are advised to consult with the VA to determine their part-time or full-time enrollment status in an academic program.
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