The University of Mary accepts tuition assistance from all military service branches including National Guard and Reserve components.
The University of Mary is a Letter of Intent participant in GoArmyEd, the education tuition assistance system used by all active, guard, and reserve army components. For more information go to www.goarmyed.com or contact Wayne Maruska, GoArmyEd Point of Contact, 701 355-8134, [email protected]
Graduate Military Scholarship
The University of Mary will grant scholarships to graduate students who are eligible to apply for military tuition assistance through their service branch. The student will receive a scholarship equal to the difference between the University’s stated tuition rate per credit, and all military and VA education tuition benefits received. [Download Application]
Yellow Ribbon Program (Post 9/11 GI Bill)
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon Program offers significant financial aid to degree-seeking veterans who served a minimum of 36 months of active duty or 30 consecutive days before being discharged with a service-related injury. As a participant in the program, the University of Mary will fund up to half any costs (including tuition and other institutional fees) remaining after program funds have been applied and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will match the university's contribution. For more information contact Lonnie Privratsky, VA Certifying Official, (701) 355-8169, [email protected].
For information and links regarding other available benefits, click the "Veterans" tab above.