The Department of Veterans Affairs determines eligibility for veteran and veteran dependent benefits. Please visit their site for detailed procedural information and policy changes. At KU, Veterans Services within the Office of the University Registrar assists in providing eligibility for VA benefits as well as maintains useful resources for students with military obligations.


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The Debt Management National Call Center (DMC) will be open on Saturdays from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm CST starting January 31st. These hours will run through tax season and are currently scheduled to end on May 2, 2015. Their toll free number is 800-827-0648 should you need assistance.
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