Carlow University offers generous benefits to those who served in our armed forces, including low-cost semesters. We also offer ROTC opportunities for students, with access to Army and Air Force programs. Financial Aid, Student Accounts, Admissions and the Registrar collaborate to assist veterans and their families through our Military Student and Family Resource Team.
Steps to apply
Complete application for the Post 9-11 GI Bill: You can find the VA Online Application through the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Yellow Ribbon Program provides matching funds from the Department of Veterans Affairs to supplement the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Recipients who qualify at the 100% level for the Post-9/11 GI Bill are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Complete application for Carlow: Create a Bridge to Carlow account and fill out an application.
Request your transcripts:
Joint Services Transcript — Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy; Active Duty, Reserve and Veterans
The Air University/CCAF and the AF Portal — Air Force
Any college or university you’ve attended (if applicable)
The Military Student and Family Resource Team is a network for Carlow University’s military student population and their families. The team, composed of representatives from departments across campus, strives to help you reach your full potential and continue to serve as an ethical leader.
Promotes the Carlow mission and vision by helping eligible military students and their families get the University resources they need
Assists military students and their families with federal or state regulations relating to military benefits
Provides resources, referrals and consultation for offices that serve the needs of our military population
Coordinates and sponsors events to celebrate military lives and contributions
Chair of the Military Student and Family Resource Team: Jason Krall, MBA, Assistant Provost for Academic Operations, Former Pennsylvania Army National Guard Member, 1st Battalion, 110th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized)
The Office of Admissions helps students from the application process through scheduling and the first day of classes.
The Office of Career Development helps prepare students for the transition from college to career, including career advising sessions, career-related programming, internship/job search support, and employer engagement on and off campus. The office also provides assistance to veterans with job search strategies and translating military experience to civilian work and interview skills.
The Office of Student Accounts monitors students’ enrollment status and academic progress as they relate to payment disbursement and educational benefit for courses attempted. The office provides information on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs programs that Carlow participates in and other relevant information. The office does not determine eligibility for benefits, and does not have access to students’ VA records.