Other Aid & Assistance
Oregon Educational Aid For UO Student Veterans
Oregon Educational Aid For Veterans is a benefit provided by the State of Oregon to veterans who are not currently receiving Federal educational benefits under any Federal act. See: ODVA Educational Aid Eligibility Information and Forms for more information.
To apply, you will need to complete a Form for Eligibility (1004-M, required only once) and Form for Application (1005-M, once every term). These forms can be found on the ODVA website. You will also need to submit a certified copy of your Defense Department Form 214 (DD 214). If you do not have your original DD 214, you may order one from the National Personnel Records Center (NARA).
Veterans Services of Lane County
Veterans Services of Lane County offers advocation and other services for veterans, their dependents and survivors.
Veterans' Dependent Tuition Waiver
The Veterans' Dependent Tuition Waiver is a benefit provided by the State of Oregon granting a tuition waiver for certain Oregon University System students who are dependents of veterans. See OUS website for more details or download the PDF here.
Nonresident Veteran Fee Remission
The Nonresident Veteran Fee Remission is a tuition and fee reduction for qualified nonresident veterans who are admitted as undergraduates to an Oregon University System school. See PDF for more information.
A list of United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) approved sites is available by contacting the Veterans Coordinator at the UO Veterans' Affairs Office.
Voyager Tuition Assistance
Voyager Tuition Assistance is a financial aid benefit made available to UO students who:
- have served as members of the National Guard or Reserves
- were called to active duty (and served in a combat zone) since September 11, 2001
Contact Financial Aid for additional details.
Tuition assistance is processed through Student Billing on the first floor of Oregon Hall. Contact the Education Officer for your unit for information.
Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA)
Taken from the VA website: "The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) is a comprehensive health care program in which the VA shares the cost of covered health care services and supplies with eligible beneficiaries."
VA requires enrollment verification for all CHAMPVA applicants. The DuckWeb on-line enrollment verification from the National Student Clearinghouse does not include everything required by that CHAMPVA. Contact the UO Office of the Registrar for help with this verification.
See CHAMPVA web page for more information about eligibility, benefits and other details.