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Discover your support network
Whether you’re an active military member or a military spouse, our military staff members will be by your side from enrollment to graduation. Overseas or domestic, you’ll have the opportunity to earn a college degree no matter where you’re headed in life – and you may even be eligible for our special tuition rates.
We’re dedicated to providing you with the knowledge and skills to help you be competitive in the workforce – so, we’ve designed our programs and degrees in collaboration with industry experts. You’ll learn from faculty who have worked in the fields they teach. From business and criminal justice to nursing and education, you’ll receive an education that is meaningful and relevant.
While most of our degree programs are widely available, please contact an enrollment representative to ensure that your desired program is offered either online or at a campus in your area.
From day one, we’ll be there to support you, starting from when you speak with one of our enrollment representatives. Many of these representatives have military experience, so they understand where you are, where you’ve been and where you want to go. During your time with us, you’ll also work with academic and finance advisors, all ready to support you as you progress toward graduation.
Online and on-campus
We understand that your schedule is tight. That’s why we offer degree programs online and at locations nationwide. An enrollment representative can confirm that the program you are interested in is offered either online or at a campus in your area.
Our students receive access to online resources and technical support from 5:00 a.m. through 1:00 a.m., with select hours on major holidays.
If you’re currently a serving member of the military or an eligible dependent, you may be able to take advantage of our special tuition rates. If you’re a veteran, you may be able to apply your GI Bill® education benefits here, and we can help you navigate the application process.
Credit for prior learning
You may be able to apply credits earned through the assessment of prior college-level learning and national testing programs to complete your undergraduate degree even sooner. It is important to remember that some states limit the number of cumulative degree program credits that you may earn through the Prior Learning Assessment. Check with an enrollment representative for more information.
Military training for credit
Your experience during your military training could translate into college credit, whether you’re a member of the Army, the Navy & Marines, the Air Force or Coast Guard.
GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at benefits.va.gov/gibill.