Military and Veterans

Excellent Financial Support & Scholarships for Veterans

Our goal is to make your GI Bill® benefits, housing allowance, and financial support easy to navigate. That’s why we offer a STARS Curriculum course that provides strategies for transition, academia, readjustment, and success for military students.

  • All GI Bill® programs are accepted toward tuition costs
  • Endicott is a post-9/11 GI Bill® Yellow Ribbon School, so any extra costs over the GI Bill® cap are covered
  • Application fees are waived for all veterans and active military students
  • Tuition Assistance is accepted
  • GI Bill® military housing allowance (BHA) benefit is available for eligible students

Flexible Programs that Meet Your Needs & Lifestyle

Whether you desire a traditional, undergraduate, on-campus experience or are looking for a flexible college program, you will find what you need here:

  • Associate and bachelor's programs are tailored to meet your individual needs
  • Robust online programs allow you to study at Endicott College and the Van Loan Division no matter where your service takes you
  • Up to 32 credits are accepted toward your associate degree; up to 85 transfer credits are accepted toward your bachelor’s degree
  • Direct transfer of Joint Service Transcripts is accepted for undergraduate programs
  • There is no penalty for withdrawing

Supporting Your Transition from Military Service Member to Student

At Endicott, you’ll find a welcoming community that is ready to support your success.

  • Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL) program provides peer mentors who can help you navigate college, understand military benefits, and help you access the Veteran’s Administration medical system.
  • Stars Curriculum is a three-credit course that provides strategies for transition, academia, readjustment, and success for military students.
  • Each student receives personalized academic advising.
  • Our veterans are members of clubs and active participants at the Post Sport Science and Fitness Center facilities.
  • Students can participate in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts through art, dance, film, or theater.
  • We have a robust Internship and Career Center that can help you transition into your new career.

“If there is something wrong or I need assistance with something, the offices across campus are quick to say ‘hey, let’s work together to fix this.’ I feel like I have a support system.”
— Army Veteran, Kalonji Fernandes ’20

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.

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Michael Smith D'21 is Uncovering Barriers that Inhibit Undergraduate Veterans

Doctoral student and Army veteran Michael Smith D’21 is identifying the barriers that inhibit veterans—specifically those pursuing their undergraduate degree—as they transition from military to civilian life.