Thank you for your service. Now that you are pursuing an education, we look forward to serving you!
Most veterans who qualify use a combination of VA benefits and other financing to cover tuition and living expenses.
You may qualify for:
Montgomery GI Bill
Post-9/11 GI Bill
Students applying for VA benefits must complete an Application for VA Benefits (Form 22-1990). This can be submitted online at the US Department of Veterans Affairs website. Please note that The DAVE School is registered with the VA as the “Digital Animation & Visual Effects School.”
Apply here: http://www.gibill.va.gov/
Once your VA Application is completed, submit to us your Admissions Application for The DAVE School. The school will certify your enrollment once you begin classes, and your VA benefits have been approved.
The DAVE School
2500 Universal Studios Plaza
Sound Stage 25
Orlando, FL 32819
Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm EST
The school provides correct and timely information to the VA regarding a student’s academic program and current enrollment status and will make every reasonable effort to assist students. It is important to understand that school officials are not VA employees. It’s more efficient for the student to deal directly with the experts in the VA Education Benefits Office.
To discuss the type and amount of education benefits available to you, please contact the VA Education Benefits Office at 888-442-4551 or visit http://www.gibill.va.gov
Information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Veterans of the Armed Forces receive a DD 214 Form, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, when they are separated from service. Veterans who use Form 22-1990 to submit a claim for educational benefits should provide to the Veterans Administration a VA Certified Copy of the DD 214 Form as supporting documentation. Veterans who have been released from active duty since October 1979 should submit the Page 4 Member Copy, which contains certain information regarding the individual’s period of service that is essential to the VA’s determination of eligibility for benefits. If the original copy is submitted, the VA will return it, but it is advised that a certified copy be provided.