Note: These links are provided as a convenience to military members and are not intended to imply any endorsement by Purdue Global.
- Federal Financial Aid: Purdue Global is an open access institution and does not have a priority deadline for applying for financial aid. However, students who are utilizing any type of financial aid must have all documentation submitted and approved 10 days prior to the term start date.
- The Veterans Association GI Bill®: This site can help you determine what your veteran educational benefits include and provides veterans educational resources.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/.
- MyCAA: The Military Spouse Education Program was designed to provide military spouses educational benefits. Purdue Global participates in the MyCAA program.
- DANTES: A Department of Defense agency that supports active-duty military education through various means including helping members earn credit toward their degrees through the testing of experiential learning.
- ArmyIgnitED: ArmyIgnitED provides a wide range of information about Army education programs as well as an online tool to apply for tuition assistance.
- The AI Portal: The Air Force Portal is the place airmen can learn about education programs and is also an online tool used to apply for tuition assistance. Purdue Global is happy to participate in the AU-ABC (Bachelor's Completion Programs) and the GEM (General Education Mobile) program, which helps Airmen and Guardians complete the college courses needed to earn their CCAF associate's degree.
- Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E): VR&E services help veterans with service-connected disabilities assess training needs and explore employment options.
- Dependents Education Assistance Program: Dependents of veterans who were permanently disabled due to a service-related condition may be eligible for education and training benefits.
- Fry Scholarship: A scholarship for children and dependents of veterans who died in the line of duty or from a service-related disability after September 10, 2001.
- Edith Nourse Rogers STEM Scholarship: The Edith Nourse Rogers Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) Scholarship allows eligible veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill or dependents using the Fry Scholarship to get added benefits. This scholarship provides up to 9 months (or $30,000) of benefits for training in high-demand fields.
- Employer Reimbursement: Employers may reimburse employees who pursue advanced training or education. For more information, check with your human resources department.
- Vocational Rehabilitation: These state agencies assist individuals with disabilities to prepare for, maintain, or regain employment. Visit your state’s vocational rehabilitation website for more information.
- PROMISE JOBS: Iowa’s employment and training program works with cash-assistance recipients to help them become self-sufficient by participating in work-readiness activities.