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Veterans

Tuition Assistance


VA TUITION BENEFITS


As part of our V.E.T.S. Program, you will be assigned a specially trained Tuition Planner who will assist you in verifying your eligibility for VA Educational Benefits through the VA.¬† Your Tuition Planner also will work with you in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if desired, and help you make all other needed financial arrangements. 


Post University Online offers the following Tuition Benefits to Veterans:

 

Undergraduate Tuition

$750 per course

Covered by Military Tuition Assistance Benefits+

     Fees

$0

Covered  by GI Bill Benefits, Yellow Ribbon Program or Financial Aid

    Textbooks

$0

Covered by Post University

Graduate Tuition

$1,197 per course

Covered  by GI Bill Benefits, Yellow Ribbon Program or Financial Aid +*

     Fees

$0

Waived by Post University

     Textbooks

$0

Covered by Post University

 

 

+ Post University Online programs are listed in the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) catalog, which enables students to receive tuition reimbursement support available under DANTES for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Army Reserves, Air Force Reserves, and the Air National Guard.

 

*Post University Online welcomes students from the military who are making use of military aid or Montgomery G.I. Bill benefits to cover their education costs. Visit the official GI Bill Website for eligibility and application information.

 

To begin this process, please call 800.345.2562 or send an email to milprog@post.edu.


You also can explore the VA website for more information on tuition assistance options by clicking here.


Post University is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program!

 


MILITARY STUDENT TUITION REFUNDS

Refunds for Military personnel dropping/withdrawing from courses are handled according to the following chart:


Drop/Withdrawal Refund Percent
0-6 Days After the Course Start Date  100%
7-13 Days After the Course Start Date  50%
14 or More Days After the Course Start Date  0%


Students receiving financial aid should consult with the Office of Student Finance to determine how their award package may be affected. The Office of Student Finance makes disbursements after the end of the Add/Drop period in order to determine a student’s enrollment¬†status and eligibility.