Additional Resources

Isakson-Roe Act Section 1018
There are many resources available to help you understand your veteran and dependent education benefits. Find information here on estimated costs, benefits, financial aid, graduation rates, professional licensure, transfer credits (including military credits), and cost comparison resources. Section 1018 of Public Law 116-315, Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 was used in the development of this page.

Point of Contact 
Jodi K. Torrez, Assistant Registrar
School Certifying Official (SCO)
Veteran Certification, Office of the Registrar
Main Building, Room 1, Texas One Stop

Estimated Total Cost of Attendance & Living

Estimated total cost of course attendance includes tuition & fees, books, supplies, and other additional costs. This information can be found on the Texas One Stop website on Cost & Tuition Rates and Cost of Attendance.

Amount of Costs Covered by Veteran GI Bill® Education Benefits

Amount of Costs Covered by Veteran GI Bill® Education Benefits

Chapter Chapter Name Stipend (Housing Allowance) Tuition and Fees Annual Book Stipend
Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill $2,208/mo 100% $1,000/yr
Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill (Active Duty) $2,150/mo 0% N/A
Chapter 1606 Montgomery GI Bill (Selected Reserve) $407/mo 0% N/A
Chapter 31 Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) $605/mo 100% $714
Chapter 35 Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA) $1,298/mo 0% N/A

Note: These estimates are based on full time enrollment and 100% entitlement coverage.
Last updated from the GI® Bill Comparison Tool for 2022-2023 academic year

The Department of Veteran Affairs provides a GI Bill® Comparison Tool that compares and explains the different education benefits by chapter and institution.

Other Types of Federal Financial Aid Available

Estimated Student Loan Debt

Federal Student Aid
The Office of the U.S. Department of Education’s website for managing your federal student loan debt and summary of your federal financial aid.

Graduation Rates

Graduation Rates
Source: The University of Texas at Austin
Navigate to “Graduation Rates” tab. Please note, the graduation rate displayed is for “first time in college” (FTIC) students.

Graduation Rates
Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

Acceptance of Transfer Credits Including Military Credits

Professional Licensure Disclosure

Professional Licensure Disclosure
Please note veteran education benefits may not cover all professional licensures. If you have questions, please contact us, your Veteran Certification team.

Cost and College Comparison Resources

Cost Comparison Information
Use this tool to compare costs between institutions.

College Scorecard

Financial Aid Shopping Sheet Resources

Our Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is under development. In the meantime, we are providing the following resources to aid in understanding the cost of attendance and financial aid:

Cost of Attendance
Understanding Financial Aid & Scholarships at UT
CASH (Check Aid Status Here)

Degree Requirements

Contact Us

Veteran Certification, Main Building (MAI) Room 1
Phone 512-475-7540
The University of Texas at Austin
Office of the Registrar, Veteran Certification
PO Box 7216, Austin TX 78713-7216

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