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CALVET College Fee Waivers
To apply for a College Fee Waiver, please email an accredited MVA Veteran Service Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, FAX the following documents to (213) 744-4444 or call (877) 4LA-VETS.
You will need:
- Most recent College Fee Waiver Application can be found at calvet.ca.gov
- Birth Certificate, adoption paperwork, and/or marriage license that proves dependency.
- VA Award Letter that states the service-connected disability for the veteran which can be obtained by calling the VA at (800) 827-1000.
- Dependents previous year’s tax return, verification of “Non-Filing Letter” from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or an “Individual Status Letter” from the Franchise Tax Board.
- If the dependent filed taxes, please bring the previous year’s 1040 tax return. For example, if applying for the academic year 2023-2024, then a copy of their 2022 tax return is required. The tax return MUST be SIGNED and DATED before April 18th or the extended date for the tax deadline.
- If the dependent did not file taxes, please provide a verification of Non-Filing Letter obtained from the IRS or Franchise Tax Board (see below).
- If the parent(s) do NOT provide any financial support, then a written statement by the parent(s) must be submitted
- To receive both the CalVet College Fee Waiver and Chapter 35 (under Plan B), the dependents annual income must be less than $15,225 each year and the veteran must be 100% service-connected, total and permanent.
- The dependent must be a California resident to qualify. All documents submitted must be legible.
PACT ACT – Apply Now
The PACT Act will make monumental changes to allow greater care to Veterans and others who have been impacted by exposure to harmful toxins, while also improving the VA’s processes and ability to determine presumptive conditions due to harmful exposure.
Josh O’Brien, Stand-Up Comedian, Navy Sea Bee Veteran
Josh O’Brien was a U.S. Navy Seabee who reached out to MVA Veteran Service Officer Joel Castellanos, and was able to get the compensation he deserved after serving his Country.