Contact Information

Veteran Services Coordinator
Sue Flannigan
sflanni@inverhills.edu
Phone: 651-450-3862
Location: CC214

Hours

Mon — Fri: 7:30 a.m. — 4 p.m.
(Please call 651-450-3862 for summer and winter break hours.)

Veterans Benefits for New & Transfer Students

Veteran

Prospective students

In order to qualify for veterans benefits, you will need to apply for Regular Admission to the college.

Please note that students applying under Limited Enrollment status will not be eligible for veterans benefits.

Applying for admission

Veteran or military students & dependents using VA benefits

 Apply online.

  • Apply for financial aid by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. When you complete the FAFSA, a spot for you will be held in your selected classes, and you may be eligible for grants, loans and work-study.

Transfer information

 Apply online.

If you are pursuing the same program, you may change your place of training without restriction, provided your progress and conduct are satisfactory, and the transfer can be made without substantial loss of credit. Please make this change through VONAPP.

Application must be made through Regular Admission (see steps above) and you must be accepted to Inver Hills. Official transcripts of all college work must be sent to Inver Hills for an evaluation of transfer courses.

Submit a “Change of Place in Training” request for educational benefits online, form 22-1995. The process takes at least 10 minutes. Additional questions should be directed to the Veteran Services Coordinator, Sue Flannigan, at sflanni@inverhills.edu.

For information on continuing benefits once you become a student at Inver Hills, please visit Student-Veteran Responsibilities.

Applying for veterans benefits

  • Apply for educational benefits online. The application takes at least 20 minutes, and you should be prepared for the system to ask you to upload digital copies of your DD-214, NOBE or kicker if requested.
  • Apply for tuition assistance through your Education Service Center, or inquire within.
  • Schedule an appointment with a counselor by calling 651-450-3508. Please identify yourself as a veteran, service member or dependent using veterans benefits.
  • Schedule an appointment with the Veteran Services Office by calling 651-450-3862.
  • Submit the VA benefit request form (received from a counselor) to the Veteran Services Office for the processing of your benefit. You must do this every semester.
  • Upon receipt of your COE from the VA, please bring a copy to the Veteran Services Office. This is for Post-9/11 recipients only.