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Resources for Military and Military-Affiliated Students 

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RN to BSN Programs for the Military

Next Start Date | March 04

The RN to BSN program is designed to fit around your schedule and life -- with no mandatory log-in times and 100% online coursework

Active Duty
$250 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)

$200 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

 

Inactive or Military Affiliated
$430 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)

$280 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

 

Related Financial Benefits & Policies

  • Yellow Ribbon Program
  • Veterans Benefit

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Related Programs

Master of Science in Nursing | RN BSN to MSN |
Doctor of Nursing Practice

Graduate Programs for the Military

Next Start Date | March 04

Our 100% doctorally-prepared faculty use their nursing experience to help you grow.

Master of Science in Nursing
$575 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)
$555 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

 

Master of Public Health Courses
$465 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)
$471 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

Master of Social Work
$590 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)
$555 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

 

Nurse Practitioner Courses
$590 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)
$567 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

 

Related Financial Benefits & Policies

  • Yellow Ribbon Program
  • Veterans Benefit

View All Financial Benefits

Related Programs

Master of Science in Nursing | RN BSN to MSN |
Doctor of Nursing Practice

Graduate Certificate Programs for the Military

Next Start Date | March 04

Chamberlain's online Certificate Programs are designed for nurses looking to enhance their expertise to meet critical areas of need.

Graduate Certificate Courses
$575 per credit hour (Effective Through November 2023)

$555 per credit hour (Effective January 2024)

Related Financial Benefits & Policies

  • Yellow Ribbon Program
  • Veterans Benefit

View All Financial Benefits

Related Programs

Master of Science in Nursing | RN BSN to MSN |
Doctor of Nursing Practice

Active Military

Resources for Active duty, National Guard, or Reserve service members.

Advanced Standing by Proficiency Testing

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 educational history (including military) may also be recognized for proficiency credit via an appropriate credit recommendation from the American Council on Education (ACE). 

Military Tuition Assistance

Military Tuition Assistance (TA) may be available to qualifying students actively serving in any of the branches of the military. All Active Duty Service members (including Guard and Reserve) must contact their Education Service officer (ESO) or Education Counselor within their branch of service, before they enroll in class.

Each military branch has its own eligibility requirements for current servicemembers for tuition assistance. Below are links to each service branch for their application process: 
•    Army
•    Marine Corps
•    Navy
•    Air Force
Once you apply for tuition assistance, submit a copy of your Tuition Assistance Authorization form and provide any documentation received from your designated military official, to the student finance team for processing/billing the military service branch.

Tuition Assistance must be approved by your military branch education service officer (ESO) prior to the start of class. 

General Step by Step Process

  1. Meet with ESO 
  2. If applicable to service branch-obtain Chamberlain Degreeworks Degree Plan or Chamberlain Program Curriculum 
  3. If applicable to service branch-obtain Estimated Financial Plan for anticipated charges if required by ESO
  4. Obtain TA Voucher from ESO approving enrollment 
  5. Provide TA Voucher or any authorization from ESO to permit Chamberlain to bill/invoice the service branch for payment 
  6. DoD branch sends payment to Chamberlain University 

For more information, please see the Military OneSource Resource 

Deployment Policy

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 during the session contact your Academic Support Advisor. Your advisor will request copies of your deployment orders and make sure your student record is updated. Your advisor will 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 Affiliated

Resources for Veterans and Retired Military, Spouses of active duty / veteran / retired military, U.S. Department of Defense Employees, and U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs Employees.

G.I. Bill, Veterans Benefit

Students who may qualify for veteran's educational benefits should notify their admissions representative and meet with a student finance advisor 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. 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).

Yellow Ribbon

Many Chamberlain locations participate in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, which is available for eligible students utilizing Chapter 33 benefits. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government web site https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill or you can call the VA Education Benefits department at 1-888-GI-BILL-1 (888-442-4551).

National Nursing Education Initiative (NNEI)

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 finance advisor regarding eligibility as far in advance of their scheduled class start date as possible. Please note, Chamberlain University has a process in place to ensure that our students who work for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) are in compliance with a federal law (38 USC 3683) that requires covered employees of the VA to obtain a waiver from the VA in order to enroll at for profit educational institutions. VA employees who want to enroll at Chamberlain will need to either provide the VA waiver or demonstrate that they are not covered officers or employees.

Comradery Grant

Military affiliated students, including those who work for US Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense, can take an additional 35% off the military affiliated rate by combining the Military Affiliated Tuition Rate with the Comradery Grant.

Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E)

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 https://www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab/index.asp.

Applying for Federal Student Aid

How do I apply for Federal Student Aid?

See our Applying for Federal Student Aid page for step by step directions. 

To contact a Student Finance Advisor call 877-751-5783 and select the appropriate prompts.