Veterans

Following your years of service in the military, making the decision to enhance your valuable experience with additional education is a wonderful way to solidify your future. We want to make continuing your education as simple as possible by providing all the information you need to get started. Students at Sullivan University receive college credit for military training according to the degree program by using the Joint Services Transcript system. We hope you will join the many other service members who have trusted Sullivan University with their education and career goals! To contact Military Admissions, please refer to the following phone list: Louisville Campus (502) 413-8531 Lexington Campus (859) 514-7652 Fort Knox Campus (502) 942-8500 Online Division (502) 413-8841 The links below were compiled to facilitate information about the claim process of educational benefits for veterans to be used at Sullivan University:

According to your service, you may qualify for the following benefits:

Military Grant 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. Yellow Ribbon Program Sullivan University participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program by contributing $8,500 for an unlimited number of students in all school divisions at all degree levels. Only veterans entitled to the maximum benefit rate, as determined by service requirements, or their designated transferees, may receive this funding. Active duty service members and their spouses are not eligible for this program. Child transferees of active duty service members may be eligible if the service member is qualified at the 100 percent rate. Find out more information about the Yellow Ribbon Program. 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! Military Friendly Scholarships

*Scholarships may reduce the amount of your military educational benefits (Post-9/11 GI Bill ®, VA VocRehab, TA).

Sullivan University veteran students

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 Fort Knox extension 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. 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.

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The demands of a military life and career are challenging. You made a life-changing decision when you joined the military, and you make another life-altering choice when you decide to further your education.
The demands of a military life and career are challenging. You made a life-changing decision when you joined the military, and you make another life-altering choice when you decide to further your education.
Following your years of service in the military, making the decision to enhance your valuable experience with additional education is a wonderful way to solidify your future.
In recognition of your sacrifice as a military family member, there are a number of education resources available to help you advance your personal and career goals while you support your military service member.