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Chamberlain is committed to providing quality and accessible nursing education that serves you as a nurse and as a member of our nation's military community. Our team is with you every step of the way, providing the information you need to make the decisions that best serve you.
Chamberlain's Military Enrollment Specialists are familiar with military and veteran benefits, and can walk you through the process of utilizing your benefits at our College.
Earn Your Degree in as Few as 3 Years
Chamberlain recognizes the valuable knowledge, training and experience gained through service.Students in the Military to BSN Option will take three military-specific courses that bridge the gap between previously gained knowledge, skills and abilities and the expected learning outcomes in the BSN program’s foundational courses.Upon successful completion, students will receive an additional 13 proficiency credit hours though Chamberlain’s College Military Articulation Plan (CMAP), allowing them the opportunity to earn their degree in as few as six semesters of full-time study.
Seeing advanced medical procedures right before my eyes motivated me to gain the knowledge and experience to provide a higher level of care. The fatalities I saw in the field solidified my decision to become a nurse.
Applicants must meet all 3-Year BSN admission requirements. In addition,applicants must also:
Our team of representatives is experienced with military benefits and financing options, and provide you with support from enrollment through graduation.Contact a Military Nursing Enrollment Specialist at 855-SALUTE-U (855-725-8838) to learn more about your military benefits and what it’s like to be a Chamberlain College of Nursing student.
Advance your healthcare career
Chamberlain offers qualified registered nurses special military tuition rates.* These tuition rates vary depending on military status (such as veteran, active duty and military spouses).
*Military rate is defined as active duty, veterans, retired military, Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs employees and spouses of active duty/veteran/retired military. Effective August 13, 2018, discharge status must not be dishonorable, bad conduct or uncharacterized.
What is available to me?
Students who may qualify for veteran's educational benefits should notify their admission advisor and meet with a student service representative regarding eligibility as far in advance of their scheduled class start date as possible. For the purpose of certifying VA benefits, students are required to submit all transcripts from previously attended institutions. Many Chamberlain locations participate in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, which is available for eligible students utilizing Chapter 33 benefits. 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 web site www.benefits.va.gov/gibill or you can call the VA Education Benefits department at 1-888-GI-BILL-1 (888-442-4551).
Chamberlain's deployment policy makes it possible for active duty service members, reserve, and National Guard students deployed or participating in required training for more than 14 consecutive days to attend school without worrying about the "what ifs." If you need to deploy or experience a permanent change station (PCS) during the semester simply fill out the Deployment Form and contact your Student Services Advisor. Your advisor will make sure your paperwork is processed and walk you through any additional steps you need to withdraw from the course without penalty and will help you re-enroll when you are able to do so.
Military Tuition Assistance (TA) may be available to qualifying students actively serving in any of the branches of the military. Students must request payment from their respective branch of service, before they enroll in a class.
Incoming students requesting proficiency credit from approved tests
must submit official transcripts prior to initial registration. Approved
tests include the International Baccalaureate Program (IB), Advanced
Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and DANTES
Subject Standardized Tests (DSST). All proficiency credit from approved
tests must meet the minimum score required by Chamberlain. A student’s
military educational history may also be recognized for proficiency credit
via an appropriate credit recommendation from the American Council
on Education (ACE).
This is for Veterans with service-connected disabilities that cannot immediately consider work, offers services to improve their ability to live as independently as possible. If you feel you qualify for these benefits contact your Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor or visit http://www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab/index.asp.
This scholarship is only offered to full time permanent status VA employees who have a job code identifier of 0630 (Registered Nurse). To determine your eligibility contact your HR and/or Education Benefits Director/Manager at the VA Medical Center in which you work. Students who may qualify should notify their admission representative and meet with a student service advisor regarding eligibility as far in advance of their scheduled class start date as possible.
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