Military Benefits for Concordia Students

Military Benefits for Concordia Students

Serving your country doesn’t mean giving up on your educational goals. Concordia University, St. Paul wants to join forces with active duty military personnel and student veterans to provide you with a well-rounded, flexible and affordable education. We are proud of your service and want to welcome you to the Concordia community.

Visit the links below for more information:

Active Duty Tuition Discount

Undergraduate degree programs are offered to active duty service members at a low cost of $250 per credit hour.

Yellow Ribbon Program for Veterans

Concordia University, St. Paul is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon program, which strives to make college more affordable for student veterans and active duty military personnel. Eligible veterans of the United States armed forces who receive full chapter 33 benefits can earn an undergraduate or graduate degree tuition-free from Concordia University, St. Paul. Visit the GI Bill® website to determine your eligibility and classification.

Veterans Resource Center

Concordia University, St. Paul’s on-campus Veterans Resource Center is available to help you complete the admission application process, apply for benefits and learn more about the resources available to you as a student at Concordia, whether you choose to enroll in on-campus or online courses.

Military Friendly School Bronze 2021-2022

Military Service Scholarship

Concordia University, St. Paul offers a $2,000 military service scholarship for veterans, military service members and spouses who do not receive Yellow Ribbon Program or Vocational Rehabilitation Program benefits. Recipients can apply the scholarship to adult undergraduate or graduate programs.

Maximize Your Military Credits

Transfer up to 32 military credits to apply toward your bachelor’s degree at Concordia University, St. Paul, including credits earned in the technical, physical education, math, natural science, oral communication or elective categories. You can earn additional military credits through the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support (DANTES), a civilian work experience portfolio or transfer credits from other institutions.


Please contact Concordia at 651-641-8230 or at with any questions or for more information.

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Concordia University offered multiple programs for me to choose from, and provided an environment that fit into my busy career in the military.

Jeffery Steien '11
B.A. Organizational Management and Leadership