Military Students

As a member of the military community, going back to school can bring its own set of unique challenges. Because OKWU has been educating adults for over 20 years, we understand the importance of flexibility and convenience and offer programs designed to make education possible no matter how rigorous your lifestyle, and no matter where it takes you. Pursue your Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in challenging, military-friendly-schoolrewarding, faith-based programs. Discover the one that’s right for you.

Affordability

You deserve a quality education at an affordable price. The Adult Program at OKWU proudly offers a reduced undergraduate tuition rate of $250/credit for active-duty military using TAPS (Tuition Assistance Programs), and will waive the application and registration fees for those enrolling through the Adult Programs.

Active-duty members may also use Tuition Assistance (MTA). National Guard and Reservists may also tap into their TA programs, and OKWUprograms are VA-certified for any military member or veteran that has GI Bill benefits. The GI Bill provides benefits to veterans, service members and some dependents of disabled or deceased veterans wishing to pursue an education.

Yellow Ribbon Participant

OKWU is proud to be a Post 911 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program Participant.

Military Spouses

Spouses of Active Duty or activated National Guard or Reserve service members may be eligible for the Military Spouse Career Advancement benefit which offers up to $6,000 in educational tuition assistance. To determine your eligibility for this program, and to register, please go to the MyCAA website.

Vocational Rehabilitation

The Department of Veterans Affair’s Veterans Benefits Administration’s Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) service (also known as the Chapter 31 program) is vested with delivering timely, effective vocational rehabilitation services to veterans with service-connected disabilities. These services enable our injured marines, sailors, airmen, and other veterans with disabilities to make a seamless transition from military service to a successful rehabilitation and on to suitable employment after service to our Nation.

To determine your benefit status, contact a benefits counselor at the Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-888 -GIBILL-1 (1-888-442-4551) or visit www.gibill.va.gov. You have earned these benefits so be sure you use them. You’ll find the process quick, easy and informative.

For more information:

Contact our VA Agent Ashley Barker by email: abarker@okwu.edu
For information on AGS and programs contact Alison Stone by email:astone@okwu.edu

Veterans Administration GI Bill information website

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