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Duty, honor and service are principles we live by at Gannon University.
And because you answered the call of national service, Gannon University is honored to be of service to you as you embark on a post-military career.
Whether you will be entering as a full-time freshman, have already earned college credits or are pursuing a professional degree, we can put you on your path to your next career by providing you valuable guidance about admission, financial aid and veteran’s education benefits.
Are you ready to get started?
Service members should coordinate with their Education Service
Officers (ESO)/Academic Advisor regularly. Academic Advisors
are selected for each student based on the student's major/program
of study. Students are notified of their advisor's name
and contact information at orientation. Advisor information
is located on all class schedules and is prominently listed on
student personalized log-on in the Gannon portal.
The Student Success Center (SSC) also provides support
services, including academic advising, career counseling, tutoring,
programming, and resources for students at Gannon University. The
SSC staff uses a proactive, developmental advising model which
promotes student success by assisting students in identifying and
removing obstacles to learning. The SSC serves as the primary
resource for academic support and referral, and is committed to
assisting students with resolving academic concerns, meeting
educational and career goals, and connecting to campus resources.
Our offices work together to help students thrive within the
Between the Post-9/11 GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon program, VA educational benefits scholarships, grants and loans, there are a lot of financial aid options for veterans at Gannon University.
That’s why Gannon University has a dedicated, full-time financial aid counselor on staff to help you sort through the confusing thicket of options available to you. Our goal is simple: To make it simple for you so that you can concentrate on your classes and your post-military life and career.
This means that you can afford a Gannon Education, and we will work with you to make your financial transition to college life as seamless and worry-free as possible.
Get your benefits.
Gannon proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program established by the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008.
Through this program it is possible for some veterans to receive up to 100% coverage of additional charges.
Only veterans who are entitled to the maximum benefit rate (based on service requirements) may receive funding from the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Beneficiaries of Chapter 33 and Chapter 31 may attend a course
of education or training from the date the beneficiary provides a
certificate of eligibility or valid VAF 28-1905 to the School
Certifying Official (SOC).
Upon receipt of the Certificate of Eligibility (COE), a screen
shot of the eBenefits Web page or VA form 28-1905, Gannon
University will provide pending credit for eligible recipients of
Chapter 33 or Chapter 31 benefits.
Beneficiaries of Chapter 33 or Chapter 31 will not be required
to take out loans to cover tuition and fee charges due to late
payments from the Veteran Administration (VA).
Beneficiaries of Chapter 33 or Chapter 31 will not incur
penalties such as additional fees or have schedules dropped for
non-payment due to late payments from the Veteran Administration
For more information regarding Veteran's benefits call the
Veteran's Office at 814-871-7481.