Veterans & Military

San Diego Miramar College is approved by the California State Department of Education and is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and College (WASC).

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San Diego Miramar College is also approved (under Title 38 U.S. Code) by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education and the Department of Veteran Affairs Regional Office, to train United States active duty military personnel, military veterans, and their eligible dependents.

Application to the College

All VA applicants must complete the Application for Admission to San Diego Miramar College. Students who have not been in continuous attendance for one year must file a new application for admission. Application is quick and free.



Veterans' Enrollment Information

  1. Remember to pay your fees on time or you will be dropped for nonpayment. If you are dropped, it may be difficult to get back into the classes.
  2. Your certification will be processed as soon as possible. However, any classes you add or drop after you are certified will not be reported to the VA until after the add/drop date.

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Important Changes to Veteran Benefits

The VA has retired the VONAPP website at and will be redirecting members to the following sites: and  Both of these websites link to the same VA Education Benefits pages. If an application in VONAPP was submitted prior to the change, the VA will process the request and contact members for any needed next steps.

Active Duty Military Students

Military Outreach Programs and Services for Active Duty Military and Family Members

San Diego Miramar College offers a variety of general education courses aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar (MCAS). These courses are open to military personnel, their families, and all Miramar College students (For more information about civilian access please read "Getting on Base (Civilian)".Soldiers