Service Member and Veteran Benefits
It’s Our Turn to Serve You
Military service is a major commitment and honor, and Rasmussen College recognizes the sacrifices made by service members, veterans and their families. This population is faced with unique challenges in an already competitive job market. As a way to honor military service, we’ve designed programs that enhance the skills you already have and teach the skills you need to integrate seamlessly into the workforce. Utilize our 10% military grant, tuition discounts or your GI Bill® education benefits to start the next chapter of your professional life. Students who are active duty service members receive reduced tuition pricing of $167 per credit hour for all programs.
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Active Duty Tuition Pricing ($167/credit) and Military Tuition Grant (10% grant)
We are committed to helping the members who serve and have served in the United States Armed Forces along the path to graduation. Active duty service members receive reduced tuition pricing of $167 per credit.3 National Guard, Reserve, retired military and veterans enrolling in a degree, Diploma or Certificate program are eligible for a 10% tuition grant. Rasmussen College also extends the grant to eligible spouses and dependents of service members, retired military and veterans.
We Support Our Troops
Utilize your GI Bill benefits to help you earn a degree at Rasmussen College. We are aligned with the POST 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33), Montgomery GI Bill®–Active Duty Program (Chapter 30) and Montgomery GI Bill®–Select Reserve Program–(Chapter 1606). These VA-administered programs provide a variety of benefits for those who qualify. For more information, visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Vocational Rehabilitation Education Program
Through the Vocational Rehabilitation Education Program (Chapter 31), the VA may assist you in receiving vocational rehabilitation, employment services, and education and career counseling to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development and job seeking skills coaching. For more information, visit the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) page .
Yellow Ribbon Program
The Yellow Ribbon Program provides assistance to veterans with 100% eligibility of Ch 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill® whose cost of tuition and fees exceeded the annual cap. Some degree programs may be subject to a maximum tuition and fee reimbursement amount per academic year from the Yellow Ribbon Program. Service members and their spouses are not eligible for this program. Child transferees of service members may be eligible if the service member is qualified at the 100% rate. For more information, visit the Yellow Ribbon Program page.
Medical Education Training Campus (METC) Bridge Programs
We value your military service. That's why we've partnered with METC to provide a pathway that is flexible and helps you finish faster by recognizing your military training to maximize your credits and reduce your overall costs. Increase your job growth potential by bridging the path between your experience as a medic specialist and a Medical Assisting Diploma, Associate's degree in Nursing (ADN), Practical Nursing Diploma or Healthcare/Health Sciences Associate's degree.
Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship Program
At Rasmussen College, we value the sacrifices military spouses make as they support members of our nation’s armed forces. We know the challenges military spouses face as they seek educational opportunities to further their professional lives. That’s why we accept military scholarships through MyCAA, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses, assisting them in pursuing licenses, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in specific career fields.
I found that Rasmussen College provided the flexibility I knew I needed. The Nursing courses fit around my busy work schedule. My professors are straightforward and they understand that the majority of us are returning adult students; we have lives outside of school and bring previous work and life experiences to the table.
Army Veteran and Professional Nursing Student
Save with Flex Choice® Learning Options
Flex Choice is designed for students who have jobs, who support families and who serve in our military. Flex Choice adds flexibility to your schedule and is a more affordable way to receive credit by demonstrating what you know and can do.
Credit for Prior Learning
Your job and life experiences count with us, both in and out of your military service. Past college coursework, military transcripts, course waivers and industry certifications all maximize your credits and reduce overall costs. To learn more about credit for prior learning and transfer credits, contact an admissions advisor.
With Flex Choice, you can get credit for what you already know. These self-directed, interactive assessments are taken independently. If you prefer, you can get one-on-one guidance from an academic coach beforehand, and support materials are also provided to help you brush up. At $99 per assessment, you’ll save money and time.
Competency-Based Education (CBE)
Rasmussen College is a national leader in competency-based education. CBE prioritizes your learning over time spent in a classroom, giving you greater control in balancing work and life with college. Do you already have knowledge and experience in a certain area? Do you want to skip ahead while the rest of the class covers the basics? Our project-based CBE courses are paced for you and are accessible anytime, anywhere. Plus, you'll have faculty support to ensure your success.
Rasmussen College has a team specifically dedicated to managing military education benefits and assist service member students with their benefit and financial questions. As a daughter of two veterans, I feel serving those that have served our country is my way of saying thank you every day.
Start Your Next Step as a Student
Speak with a Military Specialist
Have questions or need assistance with your military education benefits? You can request a military education benefits guide or contact a military specialist by calling toll-free at 1-866-245-9627 or through email.
Contact an Admissions Advisor
To answer questions related to our transfer policy, tuition, financial aid and enrollment process, speak with an admissions advisor today.
Learn More About Admissions
View the steps to your enrollment and find more details about our admissions process.
Military students have a different mentality when it comes to school and responsibility. Our military students are often seen as good examples and role models in the classroom. And we try to go above and beyond for our veteran students in terms of resources.
- Students cannot receive both corporate and military grants.
- In order to qualify for the grant, all admission requirements must be completed. Retired military personnel must provide valid military retiree ID or DD 214 form. Authorized dependents must provide an actual or faxed copy of their dependent military ID card, which includes an expiration date.
- Must provide verification letter or copy of orders from their commander reflecting current status. Taxes and fees if any are the sole responsibility of recipient. Not eligible for other scholarships or grants.