ACADEMIC STANDING FOR VETERANS
Any change in the status of a student receiving veterans’ benefits, whether that be a change of curriculum, change in course load, withdrawal, suspension, dismissal, or other types of changes must be reported to the Department of Veterans Affairs not later than 30 calendar days after the process has been officially completed at the AMI. Veterans who do not make satisfactory progress toward completion of their program must be reported to the Department of Veterans Affairs for action.
VETERANS REFUND POLICY
In the event that veterans or their eligible persons sponsored as students under Chapters 30, 32, 35 of Title 38 and Chapter 1606 of Title 10 U.S. Code fail to enter the Program or withdraw or are discontinued therefrom at any time prior to completion, the amount charged for tuition, fees, and other charges shall not exceed the approximate pro rata portion of the total charges for tuition, fees and other charges that
the length of the non-accredited program bears to its total length. A registration fee of $10 need not be refundable: any amount beyond that is subject to proration and refund (CFR 21.4254( c) (13)). The pro rata portion may not vary more than 10 percent of the total costs for tuition, fees, and other charges. A copy of this policy will be provided to all students receiving educational benefits from the Veterans Administration.