Tuition covered (based on years of service)
Stipend toward books and supplies (based on enrollment length)
Monthly housing allowance for exclusively online training (Post-9/11 GI Bill)
An enrollment coach can connect you to USF’s military benefits experts. Call 888-880-6893.
“USF is recognized by the Department of Defense’s Voluntary Education program, which seeks to ensure that participating educational institutions act consistently with the DOD Principles of Excellence, are responsive to the unique needs of military students, and offer support services that meet the needs and expectations of servicemembers.”
—Frank Connor, Registrar, University of Saint Francis
At the University of Saint Francis, we are proud to support our military as they work to secure their personal and professional futures. Whether you’re active-duty, a veteran, or a member of a military family, you have access to financial benefits you can use to reduce or even eliminate your out-of-pocket education costs. USF also has support staff specially trained to support military members and their families from a transitional and emotional perspective.
If you haven’t already done so, you can apply for your military education benefits on the VA website. We also encourage you to reach out to USF’s military benefits experts with any question you may have; an enrollment coach can help you connect at 888-880-6893.
Up to 36 months of education benefits to servicemembers and veterans who have served at least 90 days on active duty since Sept. 10, 2001.
USF is a proud participant in this program for veterans. It picks up where the GI Bill leaves off to fully cover tuition and fees.
Those eligible include:
There are two main programs related to the Montgomery GI Bill, depending on your level of service.
Active Duty (MGIB-AD):
Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR)
In addition to lowering or eliminating your out-of-pocket educational costs, your military service can also help you finish your online USF degree faster.
An enrollment coach can help you secure your military transcripts and any other relevant documentation, which USF will evaluate to determine what credit you may receive.
Apply for military education benefits through the VA website or call an enrollment coach to connect with USF’s military benefits experts: 888-880-6893
“I do feel I get personal attention at the University of Saint Francis. Our teachers are also our advisers, so they really want to know how the classes are going.”
—Carrie Clark, USF Student