Military Tuition Information
Post 911 GI Bill
Duquesne University's School of Leadership and Professional Advancement is pleased to participate in the Yellow Ribbon program.
Read more about the program to determine your eligibility.
Watch an overview video of the Post 911 GI Bill from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Beyond your military education benefits, Duquesne University is proud to offer scholarships to support our military students and veterans.
Please contact Military Programs Director, Don Accamando, at 412.396.5366 or email@example.com to discuss scholarship options regardless of the type of benefits you plan on using.
*Veteran military benefits extend to VA tuition assistance limitations which depend on the chapter of your GI Bill. Please verify your eligibility with your state VA Education Office.
- Contact your ESO or ESS, or the VA, to complete the necessary paperwork for TA, FTA, EAP and other education benefits.
- Apply to the program of your choice; please indicate your military status in the comment section.
- Submit the additional items (transcripts, letter of interest, etc.) that are necessary to complete your application.
Questions: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.283.3853.
For all Go Army Ed students: please review the GoArmyEd tuition assistance procedures.Notice for Recipients of Veterans Benefits (Chapter 33/Post 911): Students that receive less than 100% from the Chapter 33/Post 911 cannot receive non-federal aid (i.e. Academic Scholarship, Duquesne Grant, Tuition Remission, etc.) to exceed the billable tuition and fee charges of the school of enrollment in combination with Chapter 33/Post 911 funding.