To avoid overpayment of benefits, students must report any change in credit hours (drop/add), withdrawal, or termination of attendance to the UWF Veterans Services Office.
All overpayments must be repaid to the DVA. Interest and administrative fees may be assessed and added to the original amount of the debt.
Failure to repay any overpayment will result in an adverse credit rating. Debt collection may also be turned over to the IRS or a collection agency.
Who should you contact?
Debt Management Center
Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building
P.O. Box 11930
St. Paul, MN 55111-0930
What causes an overpayment?
An overpayment may result if a student receives a grade which is not used as a requirement for graduation, grades include I, I*, TR, V, W, WP, X, ZZ, etc.or as a result of the student's failure to report course changes immediately to the UWF Veterans Services Office for certification. Overpayments may also result if the student stops attending class or information is received from professors indicating poor attendance.
The information provided on these pages was accurate at the time of publication. Benefits, regulations, eligibility requirements, etc., are subject to change.