Saint Louis University's School for Professional Studies offers a reduced tuition rates for active military and veterans.
Military students in our online aviation management program pay only $250 a credit hour. Active military and veterans using Tuition Assistance
or GI Bill Benefits and pursuing any of the school's other 20 plus programs pay just
$400 per credit hour.
The rates are available for both new and current undergraduate students pursuing bachelor's degrees or certificates through the School for Professional Studies.
SLU's School for Professional Studies also articulates prior learning and accepts
transfer credits through the American Council of Education and the College-Level Examination
Program, giving you credit for military training and service and shortening your time
to degree completion.
The School for Professional Studies offers more than 20 fully online degree programs designed with the schedules of busy, working adults in mind. Majors service members often consider include Computer Information Systems, Security and Strategic Intelligence, the RN to B.S.N. program and Contract Management.
For more information on special tuition rates for active duty and veteran students, contact the School for Professional studies at email@example.com, 314-977-2330 or 800-734-6736.
SLU is also a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program, and supplies 50 percent
of remaining unmet tuition and fee charges for up to 80 students.
The amount each student in the Yellow Ribbon Program will receive from SLU will vary according to the cost of their degree program and any tuition specific scholarships or grant they may have been awarded, but cannot exceed the maximum contracted annual amount of $10,000.
The Yellow Ribbon Program is available to students in all degree programs, excluding the School of Medicine, but please note that it cannot be combined with other institutional awards to result in a surplus of financial awards. Find more information at the Office of the University Registrar or the School for Professional Studies.