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  • Tuition Scholarships and Discounts for Veterans
  • Credit for military experience
  • 4- and 8-week courses
  • Career counseling
  • Veteran-founded nonprofit
  • Yellow Ribbon school
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Serving the Military, Veterans, and their Spouses/Dependents Since 1971

  • 190+ degrees, plus credential and certificate programs
  • Study online, flexible format and 4- and 8-week classes
  • Post-9/11 GI Bill® accepted
  • Credit for military experience
  • Yellow Ribbon school
  • VA-approved programs

    Dedicated Support

    Military service members, veterans, members of the Reserve and National Guard, and their families are valued members of NU’s community. That’s why we provide dedicated support through our Veteran Center to help ease the transition from military to civilian life, navigate Military Tuition Assistance and the GI Bill®, provide academic and career guidance, and much more.


    4- and 8- week courses

    Transfer-friendly, WSCUC
    accredited program

    Dedicated military
    enrollment advisors

    Online library and free tutoring, unlimited sessions


    VA benefits: Post-9/11 GI Bill® accepted and Yellow Ribbon school

    Scholarships available

    25% tuition discount

    Military benefits team


    190+ degrees, certificates,

    Job portal

    Credit for military experience

    Alumni association

    Career services advisors

    Virtual Career Counseling

    Social & Emotional

    Free Virtual Wellness Counseling*

    Behavioral health support

    Engagement activities

    Care team

    Flexible online

    Family & Community

    Online classes or on-campus

    Veteran Center

    Military family advocacy

    Connect with other
    veteran students

    The Veteran and Dependent Scholarship eligibility requirements:

    All veterans that can document service through DD214, DD256, DD257, or NGB22 with a discharge status of Honorable or General Under Honorable Conditions (Other Than Honorable, Bad Conduct Discharge, Dishonorable Discharge, Entry-Level Separation do not qualify). Spouses and dependents require a statement from the serving spouse/parent and a copy of the appropriate service verification document.

    Veterans, spouses, or dependents utilizing Chapter 30, 1606, 1607, or 35 need only to provide their certificate of eligibility for the appropriate VA education benefit. Eligibility will remain in effect as long as the student is continuously enrolled. Current and new students qualify for this scholarship, but it is not retroactive.

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      Flexible & online

      Studying and completing just one course each month keeps you focused on your goals, balanced in your life, and on the fast track to graduation.

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      Education designed for your life

      We customize education plans that include adaptive instruction, holistic student sup-port, and competency-based credentialing.

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      190+ degree programs at NU

      Whether you’re starting fresh or seeking advancement, our career-focused programs are designed to help you make an impact in your chosen field.

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    “Considering I am a disabled veteran, I will say that both programs (BBA & MBA) gave me a challenge and a great sense of pride. Both of which I have truly missed since retiring from the Marine Corps. Additionally, I have two children—if nothing else, this shows them what you can accomplish if you have the right mindset and focus, and that age does not matter!”

    —Scott S., Military Servicemember
    Class of 2022

    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
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