Military & Veteran Student Admissions

Military & Veteran Student Admissions

Get ready for your next endeavor. Adelphi University can help you maximize the education benefits you’ve earned through your service to our country.

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As a Yellow Ribbon School, we are dedicated to helping military and veteran students earn their degrees, and we are also a U.S. 新闻 & World Report 2020 Best College for Veterans. We understand your unique needs; you can count on us to support you every step of the way as you pursue your next professional challenge.

[Adelphi has] fostered an environment where I’m able to take blended courses. I can actually take classes online, from my living room, where I can raise my daughter at the same time.

John Kelly ‘16 Master of Social Work and veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps

Top-ranked Military Friendly School

Whether you’re looking to enroll in college for the first time, return to school to complete your bachelor’s degree or take your career to the next level with a graduate degree, you’ll find an option that meets your goals at Adelphi University, one of only 8 percent of schools nationwide named to the prestigious Military Friendly School® list.

In addition, Adelphi is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium, a group of colleges and universities dedicated to helping servicemembers and their families earn college degrees. We’re also a member of the Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP), which allows soon-to-enlist or currently enlisted military personnel to enroll in and complete college courses while they continue their service commitments.

Aside from traditional on-campus programs, our College of Professional and Continuing Studies offers dozens of graduate and undergraduate degree programs designed for working adults. You can attend classes on campus in the evenings or on weekends, take 100 percent online courses from anywhere you have an internet connection or participate in blended classes, which give you an experience in both learning environments.

We can help you find the right program and path.

Our admissions, financial aid and registrar staff members have expertise in military education benefits offered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). We can also help you determine if any past college education or any of your military training or service could be transferred into Adelphi and used to fulfill program requirements.

Using the G.I. Bill and Other Military Benefits at Adelphi

[The Yellow Ribbon Program] was able to help me match a tuition rate that the G.I. Bill wasn’t able to cover on its own.

Gabriel Buitrago MBA student and a U.S. Marine who fought in Afghanistan

Sorting through the many types of veteran education benefits offered by the VA, determining which ones you are eligible for and what they can be used for might seem overwhelming. We’re here to make the process easier. We’ll thoroughly explain your options and work to make the financial aid process easier to understand.

Adelphi is a Yellow Ribbon School, which means eligible veteran and military students might have access to additional funds that could cover tuition, room and board, study abroad and other costs associated with an undergraduate or graduate degree program.

Learn about the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill.

Student Services: How We Support our Students Who’ve Served

The people at Adelphi have a way of letting you know that they want you to be the best…They have high standards; you have to do well in your classes in order to graduate. They tell you what is required, and then they help you do it. The mentors and advisers know you, and they go out of their way to help you—far beyond what you’d expect.

Ricardo Abrameto, MS ‘19 Emergency Management graduate who spent 20 years in service—including two tours of Iraq

Adelphi’s Veterans Resource Center, along with campus community partners, offers career development services, information on local military agencies and access to VA and related resources. The center also hosts a range of social and educational events throughout the year, including bimonthly visits from a liaison at the Mental Health Association of Nassau County’s Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island.

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