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What to do after you have been accepted to HSCP scholarship.

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So, you have been accepted to HSCP. Yay! Congrats! Go celebrate (reasonably of course). Then what to do,

Here is what I have been learning over the course of 3 months of not getting paid. I fixed most of the issues now, so hoping to start getting paid the next pay period. 

Step 1. Get your Military ID made, ASAP. 
Step 2. Set up mypay account. It's a pain, however once you have your military ID, do yourself a favor and invest in a CAC card reader. You will be able to set up you mypay yourself. 
Step 3. Update Bank info on mypay. Very Important. (For some reason PSD still hasn't gotten any info about my bank account even after 2nd submission of my paperwork). 
Step 4. Hope and pray PSD gets these info including your BAH and start paying you.

 

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