Get college credit for your military training as you prepare for advancement or a new career.
At Herzing, we know the value of military experience. As a servicemember, you've learned how to work effectively on a team and take on responsibility. You've become a person who knows the meaning of commitment.
Veterans and active duty servicemen and women possess strong skill sets and diverse real-world experiences. That's why we offer college credit for active duty training. We also provide programs designed to help students and their families fund their higher education.
Your admissions advisor is your go-to person. Think of your advisor as a liaison through your exploration of Herzing University. Your advisor will give you detailed information about your program of interest and answer any questions you may have about Herzing University. Your advisor will help you decide if Herzing is a good fit and help you every step of the way during the application process. You'll also work with a financial aid advisor who specializes in military benefits.
Credit for Active Duty Training
As a designated Military friendly ® school, Herzing University recognizes military training as prior learning credits and can give college credit for military occupational specialties (MOS). This may help jumpstart a degree and shorten the length of your program.
Our specialists can assist you in finding funding options available through programs such as:
- Military Tuition Assistance (TA)
- Post-911 GI Bill® (Chapter 33)
- Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30)
- Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (Chapter 31)
- Yellow Ribbon Program
- Reserve Educational Assistance (Chapter 1607)
- Survivors & Dependent Assistance (Chapter 35)
- My Career Advancement Account (Spouses)
Scholarships and grants may also be available, including Herzing University's Military Appreciation Grant. Individuals who may qualify for this grant are:
- U.S. Veterans,
- Active Duty U.S. Servicemembers,
- Severely Injured U.S. Servicemembers,
- Spouses and dependents of U.S. Active Duty Servicemembers,
- Spouses and dependents of Severely Injured U.S. Servicemembers,
- And dependents of deceased service members.
The grant typically covers 10% of tuition charges per semester, but grant amount may vary based on program and military affiliation. Restrictions may apply.
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