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Welcome Veterans, Active-Duty Military and Your Families!

We're here is help you make the most out of your GI Bill® benefits and to support you throughout your education at FRCC. 

Tim W. quote Each FRCC campus has a dedicated Veteran Service advisor ready to assist veterans, eligible dependents, active duty service members, members of the Selected Reserve and REAP recipients.

Our mission is to support your transition to college, both academically and socially. We assist students using their Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefits, and work to ensure veterans benefits are properly awarded in a timely manner. We also offer ongoing support such as career counseling, financial aid and assistance transitioning from military services. We also partner with veterans in our community, coordinating special events that honor their service in wars from different eras.

Veteran Admissions: Getting Started

To ensure you can take advantage of your benefits for your FRCC education, please follow the admissions steps below. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the Veteran Service Advisor on your campus.


Fill out the online application. The application is free, and you will receive a response from our admissions department within 72 hours.

To apply for VA Education Benefits, go to Click Apply for Education Benefits > Find your Education Benefits Form > Applying for a New Benefit (form 22-1990).

Changing Schools?

To make changes to your school or place of training, go to Click Apply for Education Benefits > Find your Education Benefits Form>Updating my current education benefits (form 22-1995).


A hard copy of the COE will be mailed to you in 4-6 weeks after applying; a statement will also be posted in your eBenefits account under-enrollment status.

FRCC Veteran Services must have a copy of your COE/eBenefits statement; you may email this or bring it to us in person.

Meet your Pathways Academic Advisor(s) and register for classes, learn about student life and explore campus.

How to Schedule Your Advising Appontment


Colorado law allows for many military-affiliated students to receive resident tuition rates. Visit our Residency page for military-affilated students.

Login to eWolf > Student Resources dropdown arrow > Student Forms > CCAF (Air Force) or JST(all other branches) transcripts.

For official prior college transcripts, send electronically to FRCC (

Login to eWolf > Student Resources dropdown arrow > Student Forms > Transfer Credit Evaluation Request.


Apply at the COF website

Authorize COF in eWOLF by selecting the COF icon on the Dashboard. Once you make your selection, it's saved to your record - if you try again, it will simply tell you there are no changes to save.


Each semester after scheduling your classes, complete the Online Certification Request Form.

Login to eWolf > Student Resources dropdown arrow > Student Forms > Online Certification Request Form

If you make changes to your schedule, please, submit a new form.


Financial Aid offers opportunities for earning money through grants, work-study, and loans. For more information, please click the following link:

Class Term: The VA will only pay for the days students are enrolled in class. Students will want to take the 15-week courses or be enrolled in at least 12 credits all 15 weeks to receive full benefits.

Developmental Courses: Classes lower than the 100 level must be taken on campus to receive VA benefits for them. (Example: MAT 050 or CCR 092 cannot be taken online).

Verify Your Enrollment Status

If you receive benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill or as a Reservist, you MUST verify your enrollment status to the VA each month (on or after the last day of the month). To report your enrollment status you must call 877-823-2378 or use the Web Automated Verification of Enrollment (WAVE).

Reserves and National Guard

Students who are in the National Guard or the Reserves have regularly scheduled mandatory drills and trainings which may prevent them from attending class (online or on-campus).

It is the student’s responsibility to communicate with instructor(s) prior to the start of term. The instructor(s) will determine if accommodations can be granted.

  • If accommodations cannot be provided, students should be prepared to make schedule adjustments.
  • If accommodations are granted, the instructor(s) will work with the student on a case-by-case plan in advance for homework, assignments, quizzes, or exams that may be missed. 

Students who receive orders for an unforeseen military deployment should contact their Veteran Services Advisors as soon as possible.

Information You'll Need

Other Resources

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.
Veteran Advisors
Boulder County Campus

James (Randy) Rayback
303-678-3654 | Email Us

Larimer Campus

Chuck Crews
970-204-8637 | Email Us

Westminster Campus

Jamal Pearce
303-404-5073 | Email Us

Brighton Center

Jamal Pearce
303-404-5073 | Email Us


Semester Start Dates
Spring Semester 2021

January 19, 2021

Summer Semester 2021

June 1, 2021

Fall Semester 2021

August 23, 2021

Veterans at FRCC