Since 2009, we’ve been proudly participating in the "Yellow Ribbon Program." Part of the Post 9/11 GI-Bill, this initiative provides funds for eligible veterans who served after September 10, 2001. At Quinnipiac, we’ll match a portion of the VA contribution — up to $15,000 a year — through our grant and scholarship programs.
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs stands ready to help you navigate any of the other federal Veterans Benefits below.
The Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship amends the Post-9/11 GI Bill to include the dependents of service members who died in the line of duty after September 10, 2001. Learn more about the Fry Scholarship.
Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment - Chapter 31
These services, intended for disabled veterans, help with job training, resume development and other job-related skills. Learn more: VA Benefits.
Dependents Education Assistance Program (DEAP) - Chapter 35
This act authorizes educational benefits to dependents and survivors of disabled veterans or those who died of a service-connected cause, were a prisoner of war or missing in action. Learn more: DEAP Benefits.
Montgomery GI Bill - Chapter 30
This aid is available to those who entered active duty after June 30, 1985, and completed at least two years of continuous active service. Learn more: Montgomery GI Bill.
Reserve GI Bill - Chapter 1606
This bill is available to any person who enlists, re-enlists or extends an enlistment in the Selective Reserve for not less than six years. Learn more: Reserve GI Bill.
Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP) - Chapter 1607
This program is available to certain reservists who were activated after September 11, 2001. Learn more Reserve Educational Assistance Program.