Veteran Students At ESTEEM
The ESTEEM Graduate Program is grateful for the military service of our country's Airmen, Coast Guardsmen, Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers. In addition to the scholarships offered by ESTEEM, U.S. Veterans are often able to fund their degree with benefits from the GI Bill. In addition, the Yellow Ribbon Program, enacted by Congress and run by the Veterans Administration, is a matching program that authorizes significant educational benefits to eligible U.S. veterans.
Assuming a 100% benefit level, the financial picture for eligible veterans is as follows for 2019–2020:
|Graduate Tuition and Fees||($55,308)|
|GI Bill tuition funding||$24,477|
|VA Yellow Ribbon funding||$15,416|
|ND Yellow Ribbon funding||$15,416|
|TOTAL TUITION AND FEES COST AFTER GI BILL AND YELLOW RIBBON FUNDING||$0|
In addition to tuition assistance, veterans may be eligible for up to $1326 as a monthly housing stipend and $1000 towards books and supplies. All together, this means that a veteran student could attend ESTEEM with little to no out of pocket expenses.
For more information regarding the financial commitment for the current academic year from ESTEEM and the University, please refer here and click on the "Graduate Information Sheet".
U.S. Veterans who became ESTEEM students include:
US Naval Academy 2018
Saint Edward's University 2020
Villanova University Economics
U. S. Naval Academy 2011
Purdue University - School of Technology 2013
Electrical Engineering Technology
Questions regarding requirements for a veteran to receive GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon benefits should be directed to the VA Regional Office in Indianapolis (317-916-3684) or to the VA Regional Office in veteran's home state. General questions regarding the University of Notre Dame's participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program may be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services (574-631-6445).
Interested students may apply for acceptance into ESTEEM at any time; requirements and process are detailed here,