Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act

Pursuant to Title 70, O.S., Section 3247 (as amended), the following is compliant with the eligibility criteria prescribed in the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014.

A student who files with the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center a letter of intent (PDF) to establish residence in the state and who resides in the state while enrolled at OUHSC shall be eligible for in-state status if the student:

  • Is a person who was discharged or released from a period of not fewer than ninety (90) days of active duty uniformed service, less than five (5) years before the date of enrollment in the course(s) concerned, and is pursuing a course of education with educational assistance under Chapters 30 or 33 of Title 38 of the United States Code while living in Oklahoma; (J)
    or
  • Is a person who is entitled to assistance under Section 3311(b)(9) or 3319 of Title 38 of the United States Code by virtue of a relationship to a person who was discharged or released from a period of not fewer than ninety (90) days of active duty uniformed services, and enrolls in the course(s) concerned within five (5) years of the date the related person was discharged or released from a period of not fewer than ninety (90) days of active duty uniformed services. (K)

You may obtain a copy of your DD214 through eBenefits at https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/homepage.