Stony Brook’s courses are going virtual, and so is the Office of Veterans Affairs.
Our office is working hard to minimize disruption in service while we shift to virtual
delivery. As always, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org about any questions
you may have. You can “meet” with a Veterans Affairs representative via telephone,
or set up a virtual meeting via Google Hangouts or
For the Spring 2020 semester, you can select whether you want courses to be P/NC (pass/no
credit) OR a letter grade. The deadline to select the P/NC option is Wednesday, May
20 at 4 p.m. EST.
he University has made the decision to continue all distance learning for courses
offered for the summer session.
The VA will pay resident BAH to students who take at least one of these courses that
were originally offered as resident courses during the Summer 2020 Session.
GI Bill payments will not be affected by the switch to distance learning this semester.
be paying for classes that result in non-punitive grades this semester. That means
you can now elect the PNC option for your classes without owing the VA a debt!
Veterans Affairs Virtual Services and Resources
The Office of Veterans Affairs is Going Virtual
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Summer 2020 Session Benefit Update
COVID-19 Spring 2020 Session Update