Resources for Veterans

Southeast Tech is committed to creating sustainable and meaningful benefits for the military community. In addition to offering financial aid solutions to help veterans achieve their educational goals and launch careers in the private sector, we’re proud to say our campus is home to a Veterans Resource Office, a space designed especially for our service members and their families.

Scholarships for Veterans available

Military Friendly

Southeast Tech is consistently recognized as a military friendly school. Learn More.

Veterans Resource Office

The Southeast Tech Veterans Resource Office provides Southeast Tech veterans and family members of Veterans a place to build community and to access benefits, re-adjustment counseling, referral services and more.

GI Bill Education Benefits

If you are a veteran and enrolled either full or part-time, you are eligible to receive educational assistance through the GI Bill. VA education benefits may fall into one of these chapters:

  • Chapter 30 – Active duty service person
  • Chapter 31 – Vocational rehabilitation employment
  • Chapter 35 – Veteran’s dependent (spouse, surviving spouse, or child)
  • Chapter 1606 – Active selective reservist or National Guardsperson
  • Chapter 1607 – REAP – (Reserve Educational Assistance Program)
  • Chapter 33 – Post 9/11

For a complete description of each chapter, go to the GI Bill website.

Southeast Tech VA Certifying Official

Southeast Tech is recognized by the State Approving Agency of South Dakota as an approved facility for students to use their veterans education benefits and is responsible for certifying coursework and transmitting necessary credentials and information to the Veterans Administration.

Southeast Tech VA Certifying Official
Phone: 605.367.7124
Office: Business Office located in The HUB (see campus map)

For additional information, also visit http://www.gabill/va/gov/GI_Bill_Info/benefits.htm. Southeast Tech does not engage in veteran recruitment bonus incentives. The institute restricts the misrepresentation of information or the engagement of high-pressure veteran recruitment tactics.