Regis works one-on-one with military-connected learners (veterans, active duty service members, and their families to help understand the various VA education benefits. All veterans and military-connected learners may use the GI Bill to cover the costs of their Regis education:

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$24,197
Per Academic Year for 36 Months
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$3,000
Housing Allowance Per Month for Undergrad/On-Ground Graduate Students
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$850
Housing Allowance Per Month for Online Graduate Students

The $24,197 per academic year for 36 months applies to both undergraduate and graduate students (on-ground and online). On-ground graduate students need to take just one on-ground class as part of a full-time load in order to qualify for the $3,000 monthly housing allowance.

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment

Part of the GI Bill, the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program helps disabled veterans to obtain an education and become gainfully employed. The program covers 100% of tuition, books, clinical-related items (uniforms, shoes, etc) and a new computer. The program also offers the same housing benefits listed above.

VA Work Study

VA work study allows veterans to receive additional funding by working on Regis' campus in an administrative role. Veterans interested in a VA work study position must apply in order to be considered.

To help determine your eligibility for education benefits, please contact our Manager of Veteran Services: