At Xavier, we value the unique experiences you've gained through military service. With support from our staff of veterans at the Center for Veterans Affairs, you'll get the resources you need—like financial aid and planning, career counseling, personal attention and academic assistance—to succeed in the classroom and after graduation.
We've made a commitment to ensuring veterans and their dependents have the resources they need to achieve a high quality education and meaningful employment. Take advantage of programs that best fit your lifestyles and goals.
Days - Daytime classes offer the best option to choose from all of Xavier's degree programs.
Nights - A great option for those with day jobs.
Online - Multiple graduate degree programs, like our MBA, are available online.
Tuition - Xavier is a Yellow Ribbon School, which means if you qualify, your tuition at both the undergraduate and graduate levels is completely covered by the Post 9/11 GI Bill.
Housing - Student veterans at Xavier receive a monthly housing stipend from the Veterans Administration. The Center's staff can help you find housing on or off campus.
Dependents - The GI Bill allows eligible veterans to transfer part or all of their benefits to a dependent family member. Xavier is one of the universities they may attend.
The Center for Veterans Affairs is a place where Xavier's veterans can stay connected with the University by connecting with each other. The Center features a lounge, television, ping pong table, computer lab and large screen monitors and staff offices.
At Xavier, you'll get the same high-quality education that's signature to our campus.
Veteran Mentor Program - Connects veterans with the business community
VA Medical Center Partnership - Connects Veterans with the VITAL education support program
Student Veterans of Xavier - A club for fellowship, networking and leadership development
Ride to Recovery Center - A facility for all veterans to recover from the stress of military life and combat
With a $1.5 million grant from GE supporting a new Center for Veterans Affairs, Xavier aspires to become "destination of choice for veteran education."
Veterans seeking relief and community come to Xavier to ride stationary bikes in the nation’s first and only Ride 2 Recovery facility to be housed at a university.
Derek, a 23-year-old pre-med major at Xavier, is also a Marine. He served for four years. Then it was on to the next challenge: A degree from Xavier.