Villanova University salutes the outstanding individuals who are serving in the U.S. Military while pursuing higher education. Villanova is committed to helping those servicemembers achieve their education goals, offering exclusive military savings and an online classroom that’s accessible from virtually anywhere in the world.
The U.S. Military’s tuition assistance program pays up to 100% of tuition fees and expenses for full-time, active-duty servicemembers in any branch of the military, up to a maximum of $250 per credit hour and a personal maximum of $4,500 per fiscal year for each student. Some National Guard and Reserve units also provide tuition assistance; however, the benefits may differ from those offered by the full-time, active-duty program.
Villanova University is dedicated to helping servicemembers fulfill their professional and personal goals. To help defray expenses that military tuition assistance may not cover, Villanova offers exclusive military savings of 10% off the tuition of its online graduate degree program. This exclusive pricing is extended to active-duty servicemembers, reservists, guardsmen, veterans, military spouses and dependents of deceased or disabled veterans. This can add up to considerable savings over the duration of a degree program!
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers a variety of education benefit programs, such as the Montgomery GI Bill® and Post-9/11 GI Bill. To determine your eligibility and apply for benefits, refer to the GI Bill website hosted by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Villanova University’s online graduate degree program is approved for the use of VA educational benefits. If you are planning to use VA education assistance to pay for your degree, please contact Villanova’s financial aid office at 610-519-4010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional details are available from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; call 888-442-4551 or visit www.GIBill.VA.gov. The VA website can provide details on the following veterans education programs:
The Department of Defense offers a College Fund program – also referred to as a GI Bill Kicker – that can increase a servicemember’s basic monthly education benefit. Each service branch determines eligibility and benefit amounts for its College Fund. This benefit is an add-on to the GI Bill and disbursed with an individual’s monthly GI Bill payments.
The College Loan Repayment Program is an enlistment incentive offered by several branches of the U.S. Military and Reserves. It repays a portion of eligible student loans for non-prior service enlisted personnel. The program is currently offered by the Army, Navy and Air Force as well as the Army and Navy Reserves.
For additional details on military tuition support programs, contact your program representative or visit Today’s Military online.
Military spouses do so much to support those who serve. That’s why Villanova University is pleased to offer them support for their own education pursuits. Spouses of active-duty servicemembers, guardsmen, reservists and veterans are eligible to receive 10% off Villanova’s online degree program tuition. This special pricing also applies to dependents of deceased or disabled veterans. To qualify, simply provide a copy of the servicemember’s valid military ID. For additional details, please contact a Villanova program representative at 800-983-6484 , or speak to your education services officer.
My Career Advancement Account is a program sponsored by the Department of Defense to provide financial assistance to military spouses. Eligible individuals include spouses of active-duty servicemembers, activated Reservists and activated Guardsmen; spouses of the severely injured, ill, wounded or killed in action (KIA); and spouses of prisoners of war (POW) or servicemembers missing in action (MIA). For complete details, please visit https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa or call a program representative at 1-800-983-6484.
Military Information Line: 800-983-6484
International: +1 813-612-5305
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 web site at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill