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Veterans Affairs

The CCSU Office of Veteran Affairs located in Willard Hall, Room 102, is the primary campus contact for all military veterans who want to or are attending CCSU. 

By presenting current active duty and or the DD-214 documents, the CCSU VA Office can establish the veteran's eligibility status with regard to tuition waivers, third-party billings to cover educational costs, and other items related to attending school. 

This office is not part of the U.S. Department of  Veterans Affairs but does serve as the liaison between it and the CCSU community.

To determine a veteran's eligiblity for other kinds of financial aid he or she must file the FAFSA.  

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

CCSU Office of Veterans Affairs


Draft Registration

All males upon reaching 18 years of age must register with the U.S. Selective Service.  Failure to register prohibits the student from receiving any federal financial aid to attend school. 

Registration may be accomplished in several ways, including;

  • At all U.S.Post Offces
  • Online with the Selective Serivce
  • Requesting registration on the FAFSA.

For all males including eligible non-citizens, foreign nationals, etc.  who have not registered by the age of 26 years, must meet certain criteria to beome eligible for financial aid.  The Selective Service website provides what is required in the form of documentation to be presented to the school's financial aid office.  Some males may be required to complete a "Request for Status Information" letter.  This 3-page document may be dowloaded from the Selective Service website.  It takes more than 30 days to receive a letter response back from Selective Service verifying the student's draft status.  This letter must be presented to the FA office before the student's aid may be processed.


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