You’ve proudly served our country, now Bryan University is proud to serve you. We’re dedicated to making your educational experience the best it can possible be, by offering:
- Industry-strong degrees that lead to gratifying professions
- Hands-on experience that gives you the skills you’ll need for immediate job success
- Streamlined coursework offered in cutting-edge, interactive, online classrooms
- Instructors and mentors who respect your needs and provide the support you deserve
- Lifetime career services when you graduate and long into the future
- Financial assistance to make your education goals affordable
Military Service Appreciation Grant
Bryan University has created the Military Service Appreciation Grant exclusively to make educational opportunities affordable for those who have served our country, and for family members who have supported those efforts.
To qualify for the Military Service Appreciation Grant, you must be a new or existing full-time student who enrolled at Bryan University on or after Jan. 1, 2011; be a veteran (or family member of a veteran) who has served in the U.S. Military, Reserves or National Guard (including Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard); and have received one of the following:
- DD Form 214: Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty 1
- NGB Form 22: National Guard Report of Separation or Record of Service 1
Grant Amount and Continued Eligibility
If you meet the requirements above, you are eligible to receive a $500 tuition grant per academic year. Bryan University also waives registration fees for eligible active-duty personnel, veterans, and family members.
To continue receiving the tuition grant each academic year, you must maintain a 2.5 cumulative grade point average or higher, and retain full-time enrollment status throughout the program of study.2
Other Military Financial Aid Resources and Information
All Bryan University programs are approved for active-duty and veteran military personnel who qualify for G.I. Bill benefits. These benefits are awarded in addition to state and/or federal financial assistance for which you may qualify. For more information, visit the Military Benefits page.
2 Students may take one break no greater than one academic quarter.