Crystal G.

Doing our duty to help you
easily transfer your credits and
benefits.

Crystal G. Class of 2020, Military Veteran

Serving those who serve for 50 years.

For more than 50 years, National University has been helping veterans earn their degrees. We understand the demands in your life because we are a veteran-founded nonprofit university. We’re also a Yellow Ribbon, Military Friendly, and Best For Vets university.

Here, your previous credits and VA benefits transfer quickly and easily, thanks to help from our expert military enrollment advisors and our accelerated transfer process.

We offer over 75 degree programs and tuition discounts for veterans and their dependents. NU’s one-month courses, designed specifically for you, are offered online, on-site, and on more than a dozen military bases, so you can attend class without disrupting your life.

We’ve walked in your boots.

  • Post-9/11® GI Bill accepted
  • Credit for military experience
  • Military tuition discounts
  • Yellow Ribbon school
  • VA-approved programs
  • Military-trained enrollment advisors
  • Winner of the prestigious Ray Ehrensberger Award for Institutional Excellence in Military Education
  • Support and guidance at our Veteran Center

Why choose National University?

  • 75+ degrees, credentials, and certificates
  • Monthly start dates
  • 4-week courses to help you start sooner and finish faster
  • Quickly and easily transfer credits
  • 185K+ alumni worldwide

Meet our Military & Veteran Strategic Partnerships Managers

Experts in military outreach and support. We’re here to help you, every step of this journey.

Jeremiah Irvin

Mark Francisco

Director, Military & VA relations,
Territory IV

Mark joined National University in March 2014 after serving 30 years in the United States Marine Corps, retiring as a Master Gunnery Sergeant. In his role as a Director of NU’s Military & VA Relations, Mark has been instrumental in enhancing student services by providing his unique perspective on the needs of our military and veteran students.

Jeremiah Irvin

Jeremiah Irvin

Regional Coordinator, Military & VA Relations,
San Diego

Jeremiah is an Army veteran with over 10 years of service in both the active and reserve components. Jeremiah joined National University’s military outreach team in 2017 and remains an active member in San Diego’s military and veteran communities. Prior to joining NU, Jeremiah supported numerous organizations as a Department of Defense contractor.

Nathalia Rodrigues

Nathalia Rodrigues

Military Outreach Representative,
Fort Bliss

Nathalia serves servicemembers, veterans, and their families in Fort Bliss, TX, New Mexico, and Hawaii. In her role, she assists the military comunity in accessing resources that will help them achieve their higher education and professional pursuits. Currently, Nathalia also is a Healthcare Specialist in the Texas Army National Guard and volunteers with local hospitals alongside the Red Cross to fulfill her passion for accessible health care.

Danielle Maloy

Danielle Maloy

Director, Military & VA relations,
Territory III

Danielle serves servicemembers, veterans, and their families, focusing on nationwide military spouse outreach and advocacy. Her role at NU allows her to collaborate with military-affiliated organizations, businesses, and strategic partners to empower the military community through higher education. She was recently awarded the 2021 Hayley Uthlaut Award by Hiring Our Heroes for her nationwide support of military spouses.

“Earning your degree at a university that understands the demands associated with military life is crucial for success.”

– LaGarian S., Class of 2018
Military Servicemember

Get 25% off tuition expenses with the Veteran, Spouse, and Dependent Scholarship.

NU is honoring veterans with the Veteran, Spouse, and Dependent Scholarship to help reduce tuition expenses for veterans and their family members who are not using or do not have access to the Post-9/11 GI Bill® or Fry Scholarship.

Eligibility requirements:

  • All veterans that can document service through DD214, DD256, DD257, or NGB22 with a discharge status of Honorable or General Under Honorable Conditions (Other Than Honorable, Bad Conduct Discharge, Dishonorable Discharge, Entry-Level Separation do not qualify).
  • Spouses and dependents require a statement from the serving spouse/parent and a copy of the appropriate service verification document.
  • Veterans, spouses, or dependents utilizing Chapter 30, 1606, 1607, or 35 need only to provide their certificate of eligibility for the appropriate VA education benefit.
  • Eligibility will remain in effect as long as the student is continuously enrolled.
  • Current and new students qualify for this scholarship, but it is not retroactive.