A range of financial aid services help student veterans pay for college.
Manhattan College participates in several national programs that give educational benefits to military and veterans. Most of the information on eligibility, award amounts, and application process will be found on each organization’s website; however, the information below can help get you started.
If you have additional questions about military and veteran benefits for Manhattan College, our Veteran Certifying Official, Addie Newman, can be reached at email@example.com.
In addition, all veterans are encouraged to complete a FAFSA Verification to see if they are eligible for additional support, such as a PELL grant or a Manhattan College scholarship.
Manhattan College participates in the Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program to assist with funding tuition expenses for military veterans. This tuition-benefit program includes both undergraduate and graduate study and either full- or part-time enrollment. Military dependents may also be eligible for this program.
Visit the Veteran Financial Aid webpage for more information about eligibility and how to apply for the Yellow Ribbon Program.
New York State residents may be eligible for the Veterans Tuition Awards (VTA) program. VTA is available for eligible veterans engaged in full-study or part-time study at Manhattan College. Contact your VA representative or visit the HESC website for more information.
Manhattan College has a number of scholarships available for students. Visit our Grants & Scholarship page to learn more.
In addition, you may be eligible to apply for these veteran-specific external scholarships:
AFCEA War Veterans Scholarships, Afghanistan and Iraq War Veterans: Merit-based scholarships for persons on active duty in the uniformed military services, to honorably discharged U.S. military veterans (including Reservists and National Guard personnel) of the Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan or Iraqi Freedom Operations (years 2004-present) who are currently enrolled and attending classes in an undergraduate program part time or full time in an eligible STEM major degree program at an accredited four year college or university in the U.S.
Sentinels of Freedom: Grants two to four year educational scholarships to servicemembers who sustained injuries resulting in 60% or higher permanent disability.
Tillman Military Scholarships: Supports educational opportunities for veterans, servicemembers and their families by covering direct study-related expenses such as tuition, fees, books, room and board, and other needs, such as child care.
VFW Sports Clips Help a Hero Scholarship: Provides service members and veterans with the financial assistance they need to complete their educational goals without incurring excessive student loan debt.
Women Marine Scholarships: The Women Marines Association offers multiple grants and scholarships to active duty or veteran women the Marines, their spouses, or their children.
Wyakin Warrior Foundation: Receive a college scholarship, assistance with living expenses and career guidance and mentorship as an OEF/OIF wounded veteran.