Best for Vets Schools in the United States
At Quinnipiac, we recognize the sacrifices that current and former military service members have made on behalf of the United States. We've long been committed to helping our nation’s veterans, active and reserve military and National Guard members reach their educational goals. We partner with both the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs to provide a comprehensive set of benefits that fit with your military experience.
Whether your mission is advancing your military career, transitioning to the civilian sector or supporting your dependent as they work toward their degree, we are honored to assist you every step of the way.
Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program
We recognize the contributions and service you’ve provided as a member of the armed forces. If you decide to join the Quinnipiac community, we'll set you on a course that delivers a world-class education and enables you to achieve your educational goals.
Quinnipiac University encourages students interested in advancing their military career and becoming officers to participate in ROTC programs, hosted nearby at the University of New Haven and Yale University. These programs allows students from Quinnipiac and other neighboring colleges and universities to enroll in military science classes, physical fitness training and leadership labs while also providing several opportunities for scholarships.
Learn more about the Army ROTC program at the University of New Haven
Representatives of the Student Veterans Organization raised the flag on the Mount Carmel Quad on November 11, 2021.
"The Military Times does a very comprehensive survey to ensure their list of best schools for veterans reflects universities that offer the best chance for success of these non-traditional students. Quinnipiac ranks very well because of the team effort that supports our veterans not only on campus but also within the Connecticut VA system. We also have a very active Student Veterans Organization that gets additional outside campus support via the Student Veterans of America."