Newman University is proud to participate in The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program), part of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008. Newman participates in this beneficial program to honor the service of our armed forces, and to help those who wish to pursue a higher education.
Veterans and dependents
The Yellow Ribbon Program is designed for qualifying veterans and dependents who wish to attend a degree-granting, private college or university. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) matches dollar-for-dollar the contributions a participating institution (i.e. Newman) makes toward your costs (tuition, mandatory fees, and in some cases other costs) which are above those of the most expensive public institution in the state where you live. Therefore, qualified college students can attend Newman for little to no cost. Read more to see if you qualify.
Service members must have been on active duty on or after Sept. 10, 2001.
Tuition and Financial Aid:
The actual amount the VA and Newman contributes to an eligible individual varies based on the beneficiary's enrollment status, length of service and other factors. The Yellow Ribbon Program provides benefits to eligible students who attend a participating institution on or after Aug. 1, 2009.
Example (Student with Full Yellow Ribbon Benefits)*
|NU Tuition and Fees||$19,440.00|
|Post 9/11 G.I. Bill||- $9,694.80|
|(Equivalent to most expensive in-state public)||$9,745.20|
|Yellow Ribbon from NU @ 50%||- $4,872.60|
|Veterans Affairs Match @ 50%||- $4,872.60|
|Tuition/Fee Cost to Student||$0.00|
*This is an example only. This example is based on 24 credit hours per year. More information on Financial Aid for Adults.
View complete details on the Yellow Ribbon Program.