Military and Veteran Services

Central Georgia Technical College is proud to welcome members of the military and veterans. We honor your service and value the experiences and perspectives you bring to the classroom. The recently established Military and Veterans Coordinator position was created to assist adult learners, especially military and veteran students, to successfully earn a degree, diploma, or certification. We are committed to offering you our best in academic advising, transitional guidance, and opportunities to connect with other military and veteran students.

Apply for Benefits

Veterans and Dependents:

Active Duty Military and Spouses:

Please note, CGTC cannot determine eligibility for VA benefits. Please contact the Department of Veteran Affairs for eligibility at

You can apply for your educational benefits using If you don't have an eBenefits account, register today. In eBenefits, apply using the Veterans On-Line Application (VONAPP) to complete and submit your application. You may also submit a paper application. To do this, download and complete VA Form 22-1990, "Application for VA Education Benefits" and mail it to a VA Regional Processing Office. You can mail the form to the region of your home address or to the VA Regional Processing Office for the region of your school's physical address, if you know what school you want to attend.

Prior Learning Assessment

Find out how to receive college credit for your military training and experience through the Handbook for Prior Learning Assessment (pdf).

Student Veterans of America

The CGTC Student Veterans of America organization is open to any CGTC active student or graduate who is a US military veteran, reservist, National Guard, or active duty service member.

Learn about the CGTC Student Veterans of America (pdf)
Join the CGTC Student Veterans of America (pdf)
Email completed applications to or submit to any CGTC Admissions Office.

Please do not hesitate to contact our Military and Veterans Services Office at (478) 218-3909 or for assistance regardless of what campus/center you attend.


Georgia VECTR Center, a collaboration between the University System of Georgia and the Technical College System of Georgia, serves as a gateway for veterans' re-entry into Georgia's public postsecondary educational systems and workforce.