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Making sense of your education benefits as an active duty, reserve, or veteran member of the U.S. military can be a daunting task.
Our admissions advisors are here to help. Highly knowledgeable, caring, and experienced in working with military students, our advisors can guide you through the process of how to determine your benefits eligibility from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and help you take advantage of all the resources available to you. To get a head start, visit the VA website.
Several financing options are available including federal loans, tuition assistance programs and veterans benefits such as the Montgomery GI Bill and the Yellow Ribbon Program. An informational guide on federal student loan benefits is available by clicking here.
Norwich University also offers a scholarship for active duty military personnel, and numerous organizations do as well.
A total of $1200 in scholarship money is provided for those qualified. This equals a distribution of $400 per semester and is applicable to tuition only. Active duty, National Guard, and Reserve personnel are eligible for the military scholarship for any online master's degree offered through Norwich University. The military scholarship is not transferrable to dependents. This scholarship is not available to retired military personnel.
Continuous enrollment is not required to maintain eligibility; however, amounts used for partial semesters shall not be reinstated. Military students already enrolled prior to the effective date of this policy shall receive a pro rated scholarship based on $400 per semester. Please note that scholarships are no longer additive.
Scholarships for veterans are available from a number of national organizations, as well as schools. Some groups focus on veterans with injury-related disabilities, while others are open to all veterans. They include: