Military Navigation

 Augusta Technical College faculty and staff are committed to providing support needed for all military-affiliated students. We service veterans, military members, spouses, and dependents in furthering their education. There are a variety of GI Bills® and other forms of tuition assistance available.  

Applying to Augusta Technical College

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At Augusta Technical College we pride ourselves on the long-lasting friendships that faculty and staff make with our students. We recognize the needs of our military-affiliated students, are supportive of your endeavors and want to help you make a smooth transition to college life. To apply, simply submit an online application and an official high school transcript or equivalent.

Follow these steps to get started:

Step 1:  Apply for Certificate of Eligibility

You will find the resources you need to apply for your benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (outlines benefits and eligibility requirements) and the Education Benefits Application (application for VA benefits).  File the appropriate form below with the VA and allow processing time. The application for education benefits is processed by the VA.

If you have previously used your GI Bill® benefits:
Please complete VA Form 22-1995 (Request for Change of Program or Place of Training).

If you have never used your GI Bill® benefits and you are within your ten year window:
Please complete VA Form 22-1990 (Application for VA Education Benefits).

Step 2:  Apply for Admission
Step 3:  Apply for Other Type of Financial Assistance


Bonita Jenkins - Military Navigator
Augusta Campus/Building 1300

Al Steele - Veterans Education Coordinator
Fort Gordon Education Center

Lakishia Dinkins - VA Certifying Official
Augusta Campus/Building 1300

Military Resources

We provide community and on campus resources information for our students.

  • Military Service Center (MSC) - Augusta Campus

Augusta Technical College’s Military Success Center is a space created specifically for military-affiliated students. It began as a grant from the Augusta Warrior Project and is still supported in many ways by AWP.  Stop by the center for resources to help you succeed in college; veteran-to-veteran support; a quiet space to study, rest between classes, or have lunch as well as computer access. For more information, contact Bonita Jenkins at 706.771.4031.

  • Military Lending Library (MLL) 

The Military Lending Library provides very limited assistance to students who have exhausted all financial assistance including the HOPE Grant and the Pell Grant and need assistance acquiring books for class. Books are loaned on a first-come, first-serve basis. The applications are available a month before the semester begins and information can be found in the MSC. The MLL also takes used textbook donations. Please see your Military Navigator, Bonita Jenkins for more information.

Academic support services are provided to Augusta Tech students by the staff of the Success Center on the Augusta, Thomson, and Waynesboro campuses, and at the Grovetown Center.  The free services include tutoring, help with Learning Support and credit classes in English, Math, Reading, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering Technology, and Introduction to Computers (COMP 1000), as well as help with writing assignments for any course.  ACCUPLACER® placement test preparation is available for applicants.  Assistance in getting started with the Blackboard system for online and hybrid classes, and in improving general academic skills is also available.

Military Support Websites

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. Government website at