New law that may affect your tuition based on residency
Please check the VACA Act for new law beginning July 1, 2015.
The Veterans Affairs Office at San Bernardino Valley College serves as a liaison between
veteran students, and the Department of Veteran Affairs. The office is equipped to
assist veteran students with the appropriate forms to process claims for educational
The Veteran's Resource Office has on-site Administrator and Veteran's Representative
from Admissions & Records to assist with any questions concerning veteran educational
benefits or educational experiences at San Bernardino Valley College.
Spring 2017 Semester Begins:
|Jan 17, 2017
|Late Start Open Classes
||Spring 2016 (Check Waitlist also)
|Income Tax 2014 FAQ's
||Go to 1098T.com
||By Appointment -Call the VRC
|Mental Health Counselors
||3 Days a Week- By Appointment-Call the VRC
|Veterans Benefits Resource Specialist
||4th Monday -Monthly -Walk-Ins Welcomed
Educational Plans are required! New Students who do not have an Educational Plan are
not be eligible for Priority Registration.
Students who have completed 100 or more combined degree applicable units within the
San Bernardino Community College District are not eligible for Priority Registration
(Title 5; Section 58108 (I) (2) (Veteran Status Included).