Use your veteran education benefits

If you earned the Post 9/11 GI Bill during military service, or the benefit was transferred to you as a veteran spouse or dependent, your education benefits may enable you or your spouse or dependent to attend Nazareth College (tuition, room and board) at no cost to you.

In addition to the Post 9/11 GI Bill, other educational benefits are available to veterans and current military members. Visit our Veteran Benefits page to learn more.

More about veteran benefits

Why Naz?

  • Veterans' educational benefits aren't limited to community colleges. You can use the aid to attend Nazareth, getting a private-school education with small class sizes and professors who care about individual students.
  • Nazareth has an on-campus veteran liaison to support you with everything from navigating financial aid packages to managing the switch from military service to college. Night classes accommodate busy work/family schedules. And our York Wellness and Rehabilitation Clinics, counseling center, and student accessibility services are ready to help you thrive.
  • U.S. News & World Report declared Nazareth College one of the Best Colleges for Veterans in the Northeast, and a best value school, 2022.
  • Nazareth partners with the Veterans Outreach Center and Veterans Affairs to provide internships exclusively for veterans at vet-friendly businesses and organizations.
  • Vet support services within seven miles of campus include the Veterans Outreach Center and Rochester VA Outpatient Clinic.

Services and Contacts

Admissions/Prospective Students
Certification of Benefits
Disability Resources
Mental Health
Physical Health
Veteran Financial Aid Benefits

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College of Distinction

Nazareth is among a select group of top colleges and universities across the country hand-picked to earn a 2021-2022 Military Support College of Distinction for its awareness of the unique challenges military students face on college campuses and its support and cultivation of the skills that military students bring to the classroom.