Military Benefits apply to veterans and eligible family members. Find out what’s available to you. For active duty personnel, go to our Tuition Assistance page.
G.I. Bill and Post University Certification Process
There are various GI Bills available. Please use the following link to find the one that’s right for you! Please contact for further assistance.
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: GI Bill
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: Post-9/11 GI Bill®
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: Montgomery GI Bill
Post University GI Bill Certification Process
- New Students
Submit Certification of Eligibility (COE), Veteran’s Online Application (VONAPP) or E-Benefits information page to Admissions Counselor.
- Returning Students
Students must submit GI Bill documentation (if not submitted previously) to Amanda Tiscia, VA Certifying Official at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to be certified.
IMPORTANT: Amanda Tiscia must be notified via email to certify your enrollment with the VA for upcoming modules and/or any changes to your academic record that will affect your tuition or benefit pay.
Yellow Ribbon Program
A part of the Post-9/11 GI Bill®Yellow Ribbon Program covers educationelated costs for nonesident, out-of-state students attending participating higher educational institutions. Post University is a participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program for military personnel attending as traditional, on campus students
Other helpful links include:
The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA)
The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA) is a career development and employment assistance program sponsored by the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Spouse Education and Career Opportunities (SECO) program. MyCAA helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees* necessary for gainful employment in high demand, high growth, Portable Career Fields and Occupations.
Learn more about the MyCAA program and discover what’s available.
* Associate degrees in General Studies, Liberal Arts, and Interdisciplinary Studies that do not have a concentration are excluded.