SSM 206–03: Payments for Chapter 31, Vocational Rehabilitation Veterans, for Tuition, Required Books, Materials and Supplies, and Parking Services
To assist students eligible under Chapter 31, Vocational Rehabilitation, with the payment for parking, tuition, and the purchase of books, materials, and supplies required for courses; the payment is deferred until the Department of Veteran Affairs can reimburse the university
38 United States Code
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Vocational Rehabilitation
To be eligible for Chapter 31 payments of tuition, ASU Bookstore purchases, off-campus purchases, and ASU Parking Services, the student must:
Eligible Chapter 31 students may charge parking, tuition, books, materials and supplies required for courses in which they are currently enrolled.
To qualify for deferred payment under Vocational Rehabilitation, the purchases for materials and supplies through the bookstore must be made no sooner than two weeks before and no later than four weeks after the fall and spring semesters begin. For summer sessions check with Accounts Receivable for purchase dates.
Maximum Allowable Amount
The student may charge through the bookstore required books, materials, and supplies, provided the cost of materials and supplies does not exceed $75.00.
Students may request authorization to purchase items that individually cost more than $75.00. Before purchasing, the student must submit a written authorization request, along with a copy of the class syllabus, to his or her vocational rehabilitation counselor/case manager for approval.
After the purchase period concludes, students must submit a written request (with a copy of the class syllabus) to his or her Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor/Case Manager for approval.
To return ASU Bookstore items purchased under Chapter 31, the student must provide the receipts. Books may be sold back to the bookstore at the prescribed rates.
For payment of tuition:
The student must:
For more information, see SSM 206–02, “Deferred Payments for Veterans for Tuition, Required Books, Materials, and Supplies.”