- To apply for Financial Aid for Sullivan University, the school code is 004619. Please refer to FAFSA.
- Sullivan University Admissions Process
- Sullivan University Veterans Education Benefits Process
- Sullivan University – A Military-Friendly School
- Veterans Benefits – GI Bill Website
- To apply for education benefits online, please refer to the Veterans Online Application (VONAPP)
- Check your current Post-9/11 GI Bill Enrollment Status online
Student veterans accepted to Sullivan University may use the Sullivan University Military Grant to defray school costs such as supplies, food, housing books, etc. Student veterans who do not have tuition 100% covered may qualify for a military grant. The exact grant amount will be determined by financial planning. Military.com provides an overview of each branch’s tuition assistance (TA) program and links to their tuition assistance websites. For more information on how to file a TA claim, please refer to appropriate link below:
- U.S. Army or Activated Guard/Reserve (AGR)
- Kentucky National Guard (KYNG)
- U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and U.S. Navy
- U.S. Air Force
- U.S. Coast Guard
Our Commitment to Military Students
Sullivan University is committed to providing a quality education to our service members and their families, and has done so at the Fort Knox campus for over 30 years. During Sullivan’s long partnership with Fort Knox and the Army, we have tailored our educational services to meet the varying needs of soldiers around the world. We welcome active duty, reserve and veteran military personnel as members of Sullivan University’s student community. We respect and honor your service to our country and hope to facilitate the process of continuing your education to meet your professional and personal goals. There are special benefits and repayment options for your student loans available from the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Defense. Know your rights! The 2013 G.I. Jobs Military Friendly Schools list is out, and again Sullivan University made it on the list of the top 15% of military-friendly schools. To qualify among the top 1,000 schools in the nation, Sullivan had to demonstrate sufficient recruitment and retention efforts, financial commitments, and student success rates.