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"The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs is outstanding, and they have gone above and beyond to accommodate me. Mark Turner has been around for a long time and knows the faculty well, and how things run. He has been an immense help to me, and the entire office in general has always been then for me. I would say that they are in keeping with the immaculate reputation that Creighton carries."

- Chris Mesnard
Veteran Adult Learner

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Creighton has provided an elite and highly ranked education to military students for more than 100 years. Just as it began more than a century ago, all of our online and on-campus programs remain deeply rooted in Jesuit values.

While your education benefit eligibility is determined by the VA, the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs is here to help you understand the benefit programs and use them most effectively to achieve your goals. Creighton proudly offers tuition discounts and participates in programs such as the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Here are the steps you must take before you can use your education benefits at Creighton:

Submit your application for admission and be accepted at Creighton

 Apply for VA Education Benefits

 Provide your Certificate of Eligibility (approval of benefits statement from the VA) and Creighton Information Form

Enroll and register for classes at Creighton

After we have your Certificate of Eligibility and Information Form, and you've registered for classes, we will certify your enrollment with the VA. For most education benefit programs, this certification triggers the VA to begin processing your applicable benefits. 

As long as you remain continuously enrolled for subsequent semesters, we will certify your enrollment with the VA. This will be automatic unless you inform us that you do not wish to be certified for a particular course, term, and/or semester.