Veterans, Active Military, and Dependents/Survivors
Central Christian College is honored to have veterans, National Guard, active duty and reservists choosing to attend classes on-campus and online. This page is designed as a starting point for students with military service and their dependents and survivors. Please see the Academic Catalog, the VA Benefits Fact Sheets, and/or the Point of Contact for further information.
Point of Contact
School Certifying Official for VA Education Benefits
620-241-0723 x 317
For More information Fill Out This Form
Financial Aid (as eligible)
- VA Education Benefits
- Military Tuition Assistance
- Kansas National Guard Educational Assistance
- Federal Grants and Loans
- State Grants
- Activity/Academic Scholarships
- On-Campus Employment
VA Education Benefits Fact Sheets
These documents list information and policies specific to VA Education Benefits at Central Christian College of Kansas.
- VA Benefits – School of Liberal Arts and Sciences (on-campus programs)
- VA Benefits – School of Professional Education (online programs)
Deployment Withdraw Policy
Central Christian College of Kansas would encourage any student who is called up for active duty or mandatory training to continue their enrollment if possible. In the event that a student must or chooses to withdraw due to receiving order for deployment or long-term training, the college will honor the student’s service by forgiving any institutional charges that are incurred as a result of their withdrawal (provided proper documentation has been submitted). This includes the waiver of the Withdraw Fee and the refund of Tuition and Fees for courses not attended. It is expected that institutional charges incurred prior to the withdrawal will be satisfied by the student. Students who withdraw for any other reason will follow the withdrawal and refund procedures as outlined in the Financial Aid section of this catalog.
College Search Tools
Financial Aid Shopping Sheet – This is a standardized award letter designed to assist students in comparing costs and financial aid information between schools. This can be provided upon request by contacting the Financial Aid office.
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