A ‘parent school letter,’ more commonly known as a ‘315 Letter,’ is the tool through which different universities and colleges communicate with each other regarding individual students.
For instance, if a student is attending and receiving benefits via School A, but for one semester needs to take a class that School B offers, the student must have School A send a 315 letter instructing School B to certify that student for that course. This is a critical step, due to the fact that students receive VA benefits based on 1/2 time, 3/4 time, and full-time classifications of their rate of pursuits.
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