Financial Aid for Veterans

Building a chicken brooderWe make every effort to ensure that financial concerns do not stand in the way of veterans who want to attend Sterling College.

GI Bill

The post 9/11 GI Bill has been recently updated with many changes. It has been expanded to include active service members of the National Guard. Sterling College is a private institution, not a public one, so there may be a cap on tuition benefits.

Find more information, plus scholarships, at the GI Bill site.

More Outside Scholarship Opportunities

You may be eligible for financial help from additional military scholarships, regardless of what degree program you’re enrolled in.

  • Visit OnlineColleges.net for the U.S. Servicemember’s guide to academic programs and aid.
  • Visit College Scholarship Online for more information on scholarships that you may be eligible for under the GI bill or based on the length of active duty served. The site also breaks down benefits by branch of service, relationship to military service person, and scholarship categories (e.g. athletic, minority, by state, etc).
  • National Guardsmen and women attending Sterling College can apply for GoArmyEd Benefits. For more information visit https://www.goarmyed.com
  • Visit Online Colleges Database – Veterans Resources. The College Database recently created a free online guidebook for military veterans and their families that would be a great addition to that page, or to any page on your site with higher education resources for past service members.



Sterling College Office of Admission and Financial Aid

Email: admission@sterlingcollege.edu

Phone: 1-800-648-3591 (ext. 100) or 802-586-7711 (International)