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July 2011 – August 2011 NAVY COLLEGE OFFICE

“Every Sailor is a Student”

JEB Little Creek-Fort Story 1481 D Street, Bldg. 3016 Norfolk, VA 23459-2434

CHANGES TO THE POST-9/11 GI BILL ON P.L. 111-377

Customer Service Hours Monday – Friday 0900-1600

As most service members are aware, on January 4, 2011, President Obama signed the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Improvements Act of 2010 into law. Since the provisions of this law vary in their effective dates, it is important that members are cognizant of changes as they become effective.

COM: (757) 462-8279 DSN: 253-8279 FAX: (757) 462-4693

EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2011:

NCO Staff

For veterans and their transferees - this change simplifies the tuition and fee rates for those attending a public school and creates a national maximum for those enrolled in a private or foreign school • Pays all public school in-state tuition and fees; • Private and foreign school costs are capped at $17,500 annually; • The Yellow Ribbon Program still exists for out-of-state fees and costs above the cap.

Jacqueline Rhodes, Director Rick Hollingsworth, Counselor Ken Clarke, Counselor John Begley, Counselor Charlene Cofield, Counselor

NAS OCEANA EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER 902 E Avenue, Bldg. 531, Ste 101 Virginia Beach, VA 23461-2098 Customer Service Hours Monday – Friday 0900-1600

For Active Duty Members and their transferees - creates a national rate for those active duty members enrolled in a private or foreign school pursuing a degree  Pays all public school in-state tuition and fees;  Private and foreign school costs are capped at $17,500 per academic year  (an academic year begins August 1)

(Onsite Counselor- Tuesday only)

Allows VA to pay MGIB (chapter 30) and MGIB-SR (chapter 1606) ‘kickers’, or college fund payments, on a monthly basis instead of a lump sum at the beginning of the term.

COM: (757) 433-3129 DSN: 433-3129 FAX: (757) 433-3200

https://www.navycollege.navy.mil

INSIDE THIS ISSUE Changes to Post-9/11 GI Bill TA Corner Navy College TA Eligibility TA Process July Calendar August Calendar Local Vet Offices What is Top Up School Spotlight Online Academic Assistance Spouses Benefit NCO versus ESC Troy University’s New Program Customer Service Hours

Toll Free: (877)-253-7122 DSN: 922-1828

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Prorates housing allowance by the student’s rate of pursuit (rounded to the nearest tenth) A student training at a rate of pursuit of 75% would receive 80% of the BAH rate. Break or interval pay is no longer payable under any VA education benefit program unless under an Executive Order of the President or due to an emergency, such as a natural disaster or strike. This means that when your semester ends (e.g. December 15th), your housing allowance is paid for the first 15 days of December only and begins again when your next semester begins (e.g. January 10th) and is paid for the remaining days of January. Students using other VA education programs are included in this change. Monthly benefits will be pro-rated in the same manner. Entitlement that previously would have been used for break pay will be available for use during a future enrollment. Allows reimbursement for more than one “license or certification” test (previously only one test was allowed). However, entitlement is now charged. Allows reimbursement of fees paid to take national exams used for admission to an institution of higher learning (e.g., SAT, ACT, GMAT, LSAT) Allows those who are eligible for both Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (chapter 31) benefits and Post-9/11 GI Bill (chapter 33) benefits to choose the Post9/11 GI Bill’s monthly housing allowance instead of the chapter 31 subsistence allowance. (Information retrieved from http://www.gibill.va.gov)


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Wh at Do es t h e Nav y Co l l eg e Pr o v i d e? Navy College Offices form a network of professional Education Services Specialists,

GETTING STARTED Eligibility Highlights • •

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Must serve on Active Duty until the last day of the course Officers must serve 2 years beyond course completion date of the final course funded by TA/NCPACE. (Obligation is concurrent with remaining service obligations Must have one year at first PDS Must not have had any non-judicial punishment within the last 6 months

Education Technicians, and Guidance Counselors located at 36 installations around the world. These professionals counsel and advise Navy members on all matters relating to academic programs, tuition assistance, and on-base education programs. Each major shore installation has a Navy College Office (NCO) which forms the backbone of the Navy College Program organization.

Visit a NCO and find out how to:

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complete a high school diploma

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improve your academic skills in Reading, Math, and English

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earn a college degree

TUITION ASSISTANCE PROCESS 1. Complete Online Tuition Assistance

Through Navy College Offices you can reach your educational goals while on active duty. Here are some of the ways they can assist:

(TA) workshop: www.navycollege.navy.mil

analyze and define your education goals and capabilities

2. Print TA Certificate

review your previous college work and plan your future education and training

3. Submit completed Certificate to Navy College Office (either by fax: 757-492-5095 or in person)

select courses and programs you will need to succeed

enter a suitable college, university, or technical training school, either off base or aboard ship

receive financial aid

obtain college credit for Navy training and experience

earn credit-by-examination

obtain and review your transcript (SMART)

review and discuss your rating roadmap

4. Contact the Navy College Office to schedule an appointment with an education counselor (757)462-8279 to discuss an educational action plan. If you have already spoken to a college representative, a copy of your official degree plan should be submitted to the counselor during the appointment. NOTE: All members must have a current, completed TA Certificate (must be updated yearly) and degree plan on file before the WEBTA system will allow an online TA application to be generated!! Remember TA is not retroactive. Students must have an approved TA document prior to attending class. (Continued at the bottom of the next column)

(Continued) 5. Go back to www.navycollege.navy.mil. Click on “My Education” then “WEBTA” and follow the steps verbatim. Once application is submitted, it is routed through your command. After command approval, the command forwards application electronically to the Virtual Education Center (VEC). Finally, the VEC approves the WEBTA and forwards approval directly to the student’s email address. This email notification will provide a link for downloading approved TA document. Student is responsible for submitting approved TA document to school.


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CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 0900 & 1100 JEBLCFS BLDG 3016, RM 227 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 1600 – 1900 NAS OCEANA BLDG. 531, RM 104 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 0900 & 1100 JEBLCFS BLDG 3016, RM 227 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 1600 – 1900 NAS OCEANA BLDG. 531, RM 104 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 0900 & 1100 JEBLCFS BLDG 3016, RM 227 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 1600 – 1900 NAS OCEANA BLDG. 531, RM 104

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This Month in History: July 1, 1850 – Naval School of Annapolis renamed Naval Academy July 11, 1798- Reestablishment of Marine Corps under the Constitution July 15, 1870 – Act of Congress establishes Pay Corps, which later becomes the Supply Corps

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The next ACT Testing dates are July 7 & 21 and th August 9 & 25th. Fee for unfunded re-test is $47.00. Call (757)462-8279 to reserve a seat, or to order a re-test.

SAT Testing has ended for this fiscal year. SAT Testing will resume after October 2011.

Computer-Based CLEP/ DSST/ECE Exams College Level Examinations Program (CLEP), DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST), and Excelsior College Examinations (ECE) are offered every Wednesday morning at 0900 and 1100 at JEBLCFS, Bldg. 3016, Room 227 and at NAS Oceana every Tuesday morning at 0900 and 1100 and every Wednesday evening at 1600-1900, Bldg. 531, Room 104.Your scores are available immediately! Exams are free for active duty service members. Other eligible examinees must pay a fee. To pre-register, or for more information call (757)464-6449 (JEBLCFS) or (757)428-8395 (NAS Oceana).


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CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 0900 & 1100 JEBLCFS BLDG 3016, RM 227 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 1600 – 1900 NAS OCEANA BLDG. 531, RM 104 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 0900 & 1100 JEBLCFS BLDG 3016, RM 227 CLEP/DSST/ECE TESTING 1600 – 1900 NAS OCEANA BLDG. 531, RM 104

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This Month in History: August 5, 1864 – Rear Admiral David Farragut wins Battle of Mobile Bay, sealing off last Confederate port on Gulf Coast. August 15, 1845 – Naval School at Annapolis (USNA) established in Maryland on former site of Fort Severn. Leadership Quote

“The best (leader) is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it.”

Theodore Roosevelt

Command Briefings

The NCO can provide briefings at your command on a variety of topics. Call the NCO three weeks in advance to make your request, (757)462-8279. Types of Command Briefings:  NCPACE  INDOCs  GMTs  SMART  USMAP  Other specialized briefs The Navy College Office requests commands provide a PowerPoint projector and related equipment for presentations

INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING- Navy College Counselors are happy to schedule counseling appointments to meet with students on an individual basis to discuss educational goals. Call 757-462-8279 to schedule your appointment today!


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SCHOOL SPOT LIGHT:

In recent months, SNHU has introduced a number of new on-line degree programs, to better serve the military community. The latest offering is a Bachelor of Arts in General Studies. The program offers a broad education focus that will allow a student to receive an online general studies degree with a concentration – one that matches his or her interests professionally and personally.

DID YOU KNOW?

L OCAL VETERAN ADMINISTRATION C ENTERS There are two Veteran’s Administrations Centers in close vicinity to the JEB LittleCreek-Fort Story Base. Both of these locations have trained staff and counselors to assist you with any questions pertaining to your vetrans benefits. Norfolk Veteran’s Center 1711 Church Street Suites A & B Norfolk VA 23504 Phone: (757)623-7584 Fax: (757)441-6621

Some concentrations include:

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Business Administration Computer Information Technology History Human Resources Management Psychology Marketing/Advertising Creative Writing English Literature Sport Management And more.

SNHJU offers a 25% undergraduate tuition discount to all active-duty military members, along with activated members of the National Guard and Reserve. A no-obligation transcript evaluation, with results provided to students in less than seven days. Individuals interested in this option should follow this link: http://www.snhu.edu/10220.asp If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the school directly. For more information, please, visit the school’s new military webpage at: http://www.snhu.edu/Military-CollegeStudent.aspx

Virginia Beach County Veteran’s Center 324 Southport Circle Suite 102 Virginia Beach, VA 23452 Phone: (757)248-3665 Fax: (757)248-3667 Normal office hours are between 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday. Appointments may be available upon request. In addition, the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs website: http://www.va.gov is available for 24 hour access.

WHAT IS “ TOP UP” If you are using Navy Tuition Assistance (TA) and the cost of your course is greater than what TA pays, the VA has a program that allows active duty personnel to use their GIBILL in conjunction with Navy TA. Under the “TopUp” program, the VA pays you the difference between the total course cost and the amount covered by Navy TA. If you are getting 100% Navy TA for a class, you would not be eligible for Top-Up for that class. Keep in mind that the VA looks at the figures on the approved TA voucher to determine the amount paid by the service member. If there is a lab fee or other costs not reflected on the TA voucher, the VA will not pay for it. Top-Up reduces your GIBILL entitlement. At current GIBILL rates (effective 01OCT07) for each $1,101 paid to you in Top-Up, the VA deducts on month of full-time benefits. Visit your Navy College Office for more information on how and when to use Top-Up.


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Petersons Online Academic Skills Course (OASC) The Online Academic Skills Course (OASC) for Military Success includes everything you need to improve your math, reading comprehension, and vocabulary skills so that you can get promoted. • • • • •

A Pre-Assessment evaluates your current math and verbal abilities. A customized set of lessons is built just for you to address your strengths and weaknesses. Interactive lessons and flash cards build your skills. Quizzes assess your progress. A Post-Assessment allows you to compare your performance from the beginning of the course.

The following products and services are scheduled to be discontinued as of September 1, 2011 due to Department of Defense budget constrainsts. Please consult the website for a complete list http://www.nelnetsolutions.com/oasc/default.asp?sponsor=47599. Ebooks • • • • • • • •

Practice Tests

Civil Service Arithmetic and Vocabulary Getting a Government Job: The Civil Service Handbook Master the Air Traffic Selection and Training Test (AT-SAT) Master the Case Worker Exam Master the Civil Service Exams Master the Clerical Exams

Accountant/Auditor Exams American Foreign Service Officer Exam

Postal Worker 710/711

Praxis Exams™

Border Patrol

Probation Officer Exam

Case Worker Exam

Real Estate Exams

Corrections Officer Exam

State Trooper Exam

Court Officer Exam

Firefighter Exams

Treasury Enforcement Agent Exam U.S. Citizenship Test

Master the Corrections Officer Exam Master the Court Officer Exam

Parole Officer Exam

SAT Subject Test Biology E/M

SAT Subject Test Math Level 2 SAT Subject Test Physics SAT Subject Test Spanish SAT Subject Test U.S. History SAT Subject Test World History SAT Subject Test Math Level 2 SAT Subject Test Math Level 1 SAT Subject Test French

SPOUSE BENEFITS

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he Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA) is a career development and employment assistance program sponsored by the Department of Defense (DoD). MyCAA helps military spouse pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or Associate’s Degree (excluding Associates’s Degrees in General Studies, Liberal Arts, and Interdisciplinary Studies that do not have a concentration) necessary for gainful employment in high demand, high growth Portable Career Fields and Occupations.

MyCAA offers the following: Maximum education benefits of $4,000 with an annual fiscal year cap of $2,000 to assist eligible military spouses to meet certain education goals*. Eligibility Highlights: Spouses of service members on active duty in pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2, and O-1 to O-2 who can start and complete their coursework while their military sponsor is on Title 10 military orders, including spouses married to members of the National Guard and Reserve Components in the same pay grades.

How can you establish a MyCAA Account? Visit the MyCAA Spouse Portal online at https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa. Provide required Spouse Profile information. A real-time DEERS eligibility check will confirm if you meet MYCAA elibility requirements so you can move forward and establish your MYCAA Account. Those who do not pass this check will be provided additional guidance. Please forward all feedback, ideas and recommendations directly to MyCAA at MYCAAFeedback@militaryonesource.com . (Certain restrictions apply, please refer to the website for complete details)


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Navy College Office Versus Education Service Center Effective October 2010, the Volunteer Education (VOLED) underwent an efficiency overhaul. One major outcome was the changing of the Navy College Office – NAS Oceana from a Navy College Office to an Education Service Center. As a result, the physical building entitled “Navy College Office” is still located at NAS Oceana. This is the current site for the Education Services Center. In addition, the Education Service Center provides many of the same functions that it did prior the reorganization. The Education Services Center still has many school representatives on site. (Please see page 7 for individual customer service hours.) Also, the Education Service Centers are staffed with knowledgeable personnel who can answer many of your questions and provide valuable information. The NAS Oceana Education Service Centers will have an education counselor on site once a week. Alternating counselors from the JEB-Fort Story Naval College Office support the NAS Oceana office on Tuesday of each week from 0900-1600. Due to the limited availability, appointments are recommended. Please call (757)433-3129 for more information, or to request an appointment.

PRESS RELEASE: June 13, 2011

TROY Sport and Fitness Management earns accreditation TROY – Troy University became one of only five universities in the nation to achieve specialized accreditation for its Sport and Fitness Management program. The designation comes from the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation. COSMA is a specialized accrediting body whose purpose is to promote and recognize excellence in sport management education in colleges and universities at the baccalaureate and graduate levels. "Gaining this highly specialized accreditation demonstrates the faculty and staff in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion and the College of Health and Human Services are dedicated to providing the best educational experience for our students," said Dr. Earl Ingram, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. "At TROY, our programs strive for excellence and academic strength, and the COSMA designation is indicative of this philosophy." Accreditation is awarded by a seven-member board elected by the COSMA membership. Troy University is a charter member institution with 27 others. In all, 40 institutions comprise the membership of the organization, created in 2008 by the North American Society for Sport Management and the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Dr. Christina L.L. Martin, an assistant professor of kinesiology and health promotion at TROY, serves on the COSMA board. "TROY's Sport and Fitness Management program has a long history of academic excellence and is regarded by many as one of the finest programs in the United States. The news that TROY's program has joined an elite group of only five universities worldwide that have earned COSMA accreditation is a testament to the hard work and vision of TROY's Sport and Fitness Management faculty, who have been working diligently toward this goal for quite some time," said Dr. Damon Andrew, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. "I am most pleased that TROY's undergraduate and graduate Sport and Fitness Management programs are available in both traditional and online formats, which increase the accessibility of our quality programs and allows our faculty to recruit talented students from a large pool of future sport and fitness management professionals." About Sport and Fitness Management at TROY The Sport and Fitness Management (SFM) Programs are housed in one of the oldest departments on campus, Kinesiology and Health Promotion which boasts more than 250 majors. The program offers both traditional and nontraditional SFM undergraduate and graduate degree options. The SFM Program is committed to providing students with the highest quality educational experiences so that they will be prepared to meet the many demands and challenges of sport and fitness management in the 21st century. http://www.troy.edu/news/archives/2011/june/06132011_sportmanagement.html


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JEB Little Creek-Fort Story – School Representatives Saint Leo University http://www.saintleo.edu/shrc Mon & Thu: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Tue & Wed: 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Fri: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (757)464-6449/0242/5316 Navy College Office Room 217 Troy University http://www.troy.edu Mon. - Thu. 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. (757)460-2736 Navy College Office Room 254

Old Dominion University http://www.odu.edu Mon & Wed: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Fri (by appt) (757)363-3885 Navy College Office, Room 251

Tidewater Community College http://www.tcc.edu Mon – Fri: 9:30a.m. – 3:30p.m. Except 1st & 3rd Tue. 1:30 p.m. – 3:30p.m. (757)363-3939 Navy College Office, Room 252

Virginia Tidewater Consortium http://www.EdUFind.org Tue & Thu: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (757)363-3944 (Call for Appt) Navy College Office, Room 250

JEB LITTLE CREEK-FORT STORY EMAIL CONTACT INFO:

NCO.LITTLECREEK@NAVY.MIL

JEB Little Creek- Fort Story - Visiting School Representatives Coastline Community College http://mil.ccc.cccd.edu/navy.htm 1st & 3rd Thursdays: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)462-8279 Excelsior College https://www.excelsior.edu 1st & 3rd Wednesdays: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30p.m. Call for appointment: (757)462-8279

ECPI College of Technology http://www.ecpi.edu 1st & 3rd Tuesdays: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)462-8279 University of Maryland http://www.umuc.edu Every Thursday: 9:00 a.m. –2:00 p.m. Call for appointment – 757-462-8279 Vincennes University http://www.vinu.edu 4th Monday: 9:00 a.m. –1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)462-8279

Thomas Edison State College http://tesc.edu 2nd Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)462-8279 American Military University http://www.amu.apus.edu 1st & 3rd Monday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Call for appointment – 757-462-8279

CALL TODAY!

NAS Oceana – School Representatives Saint Leo University http://www.saintleo.edu/shrc Mon & Thu: 9:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tue & Wed: 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Fri: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (757)428-8395

ECPI College of Technology http://www.ecpi.edu Mon – Fri: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (757)491-5755

Tidewater Community College http://www.tcc.edu Mon –Thu: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (757)491-4385

Southern Illinois University http://www.siu.edu Mon – Fri: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30p.m. (Except 1st & 3rd Tue: 1:30 p.m. – 3:30p.m.) (757)363-3939

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University http://www.erau.edu Mon-Thu: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (757)-437-8061

HOW LONG WILL YOU PUT YOUR DREAMS ON HOLD?

NAS Oceana - Visiting School Representatives Excelsior College https://www.excelsior.edu Tuesday & Thursdays: 9:00 a.m. – 2:30p.m. Call for appointment : (757)433-3129 Coastline Community College http://mil.ccc.cccd.edu/navy.htm 2nd & 4th Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)433-3129 Troy University http://www.troy.edu Tue & Thu: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (757)425-2066

University of Maryland http://www.umuc.edu 1st & 3rd Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. –2:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)462-8279 Southern New Hampshire http://mil.snh.edu/navy.htm 2nd Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)433-3129

Thomas Edison State College http://tesc.edu 1st & 3rd Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call for appointment: ( 757)433-3129 Old Dominion University http://www.odu.edu Tues & Thur: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Call for appointment: (757)491-5109

Command Career Counselors , use this email to schedule ASVAB testing Tacial.Brown@navy.mil

Application for TA https://www.navycollge.navy.mil

DSST Study Guides www.GetCollegeCredit.com/materials.htm

Seaman to Admiral –21 Program http://www.sta-21.navy.mil/

CLEP Practice Tests https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil


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