Veterans and Military Resources
Adelphi has a long and rich history of supporting military personnel.
Active, reserve and veteran military students using Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits or any other veterans affairs program benefits can apply and enroll in any of our associate, bachelor’s, certificate, master’s or doctoral programs, and you will have access to our many resources that are available.
War Veterans with Disabilities
Adelphi University recognizes the sacrifice our soldiers make and strives to raise awareness and solicit the public’s aid for the needs of service men, women and their families. There are several benefit programs as well as counseling that are available to help meet the needs of these honorable men and women. Below we have included this information and resources for our returning soldiers who wish to pursue these services and further their academic career.
- Army Benefits for Education
The army can pay for your education, or pay off your current student loan debt.
- Department of Veteran Affairs – Montgomery G.I. Bill
The GI Bill provides benefits to veterans, service members, and some dependents of disabled or deceased veterans wishing to pursue an education.
- Disabled Veterans Benefits – Army Career and Alumni Program
If you are leaving the Army with a service-related disability, you may be eligible for one of several federal programs designed to assist your transition and provide for your and your family’s future.
- Education and Job Training – Army Career and Alumni Program
Several educational benefit programs sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provide financial assistance to veterans returning to school.
- Wounded Warrior TRACK Program
The Wounded Warrior TRACK program offers disabled war veterans help in acquiring assistance in education, counseling, training, and a range of career skills.