If you are a veteran, an active duty service member, a reservist, or a family member of a veteran, there are a number of educational benefits available to you.
Federal Educational Benefits
Detailed information about the different types of benefits to which you may be entitled is available on the GI Bill website at the links below. In addition to the information on specific programs or “Chapters,” be sure to explore the GI Bill Resources webpage which offers Benefit Comparison Tools that may be particularly helpful in determining which program is best for you.
- Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty, Chapter 30
- Montgomery GI Bill– Reservists, Chapter 1606
- Montgomery GI Bill – Reserve Educational Assistance Program, Chapter 1607
- Vocational Rehabilitation – Chapter 31
- Post-9/11 GI Bill – Chapter 33
- Dependents Educational Assistance – Chapter 35
Contact the VA at 888.442.4551 or JFK University's VALOR Coordinator if you have questions about these programs.
Credit for Military Training
Following the guidelines provided by American Council on Education (ACE), you will be able to receive up to nine quarter credits for military service at JFK University. For all branches of the service except for the Air Force, you will need to order your Joint Service Transcripts (JST). Click here to order your transcripts or contact the VALOR coordinator for assistance. If you served in the Air Force, click here for directions on how to order transcripts.
Application Fee Waiver
At JFK University, there is no cost for you to apply for an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral program. Contact the VALOR Coordinator to obtain your application fee waiver code.
Ready to Learn More?
Contact the VALOR Coordinator Jared Anderson at 925.969.3332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the opportunities available to you at JFK University. You also welcome to click here to submit a request for information about a program of interest.