Grand Canyon University (GCU) follows military policies and processes for the military Tuition Assistance (TA) program for eligible members of the Army, Army Reserves, Army National Guard, Navy, Marines, Air Force Air Force Reserves and Coast Guard. We have specialized military university counselors who can help you determine how to utilize your benefits to take advantage of this special military tuition rate.
For veterans and their spouses, and employees of the DOD, PHS and NOAA, GCU is pleased to offer special scholarships. Work with your military university counselor to learn more about these opportunities.
GCU is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Learn About Military Tuition Assistance
Not sure how to utilize your military tuition assistance (TA) benefits at GCU? While the process for all branches is similar, you should speak with your local Education Office to ensure you are eligible.
For general information regarding TA policies, please click on your branch of military below.
How Does Tuition Assistance Work?
Your military university counselor is a great resource to help provide you with information about degree programs, the admissions process, applying to GCU, TA for military, and more.
For a general overview of what steps you will need to take, we have created the guide below:
Does Air Force Pay for College?
The Air Force does participate in the military tuition assistance programs. For more information view the Air Force/Air Force Reserves tab above or contact your military counselor for specific information.
Does Army Pay for College?
Yes, the Army provides TA Assistance for qualifying military members and their families through the GI Bill program. View the Army/Army Reserves/Army National Guard tab above for additional information or contact your military counselor for individualized assistance.
Does National Guard Pay for College?
The National Guard does offer tuition assistance for qualifying members. To discover if you qualify, contact our military counselors who can provide information and assist you with your admissions process.
For more answers to other military FAQs, visit our FAQ page.