Reduced Tuition for Military Students
Webster University demonstrates its support of military students achieving their educational goals. Active-duty Military, Reservists, and National Guard enrolled at Webster University are eligible for reduced tuition fees, including online courses. Additionally, tuition assistance may be provided by the military to eligible students. Federal and contract employees of the installation and dependents of active-duty military, reserve, and guard also qualify for a reduced tuition rate at on-base, in-classroom courses.
Transfer Credit Degree Programs
Webster University has the third largest selection of graduate programs serving the military. Transfer Credit master's degree programs are offered with 42 professional military and Department of Defense schools, including the prestigious Army Command and General Staff College. These transfer credit degree programs provide transfer credit for military-taught courses.
Prospective Military Students
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Webster's Partnership with the Military
Our rich history of serving the military made us the first University invited by the U. S. Department of Defense to open at a military location. Webster understand the needs of service members and their families. That’s why we offer affordable credit hour rates and generous transfer credits with classes held online and at more than forty military installations and metropolitan campuses across the U.S.
Become a Gorlok
Whether you’re seeking to start your academic journey or continue what you already started, we'll help you achieve academic excellence while serving for your country. The first step is to fill out our application.
Office of Military Affairs
Connect with us to leverage your military experience with an undergraduate or advanced degree.
Find out how you can use your veterans' educational benefits to study at Webster University.
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