15 Military Friendly Colleges in Utah

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Military Friendly Colleges in Utah

Funding for Military Friendly Colleges in Utah

There are many military friendly colleges in Utah. According to the VA, in 2017, 92 Utah schools received Post 9/11 GI bill funds for over 9,700 students totaling over $68 million dollars.

There are six active programs offering benefits for veterans’ education. If eligible, all of these may be used to help fund a college education.

  • Post 9/11 GI Bill
  • All Volunteer Force Educational Assistance Program (MGIB-AD)
  • Educational Assistance for Members of the Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR)
  • Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP)
  • Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance (DEA)
  • Post Vietnam Era Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)

 

The most-used benefit program is the Post 9/11 GI Bill. At Utah colleges, 78% of the beneficiaries used the Post 9/11 GI Bill to help fund their education.

Military Program# of 2017 veterans eaRNING aid at Utah colleges
Post 9 / 119,765
MGIB – AD833
MIGB – SR672
REAP23
DEA1,173
VEAP0

 

15 Military Friendly Colleges in Utah

These 15 military friendly colleges in Utah are listed based on the total amount of Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits awarded in the 2017 / 2018 school year. All of the data cited from the National Center for Education Statistics. Many of these schools take part in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a part of the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Under the Yellow Ribbon Program, the colleges and the VA pay the tuition and mandatory fees not paid for by the GI Bill.

1Southern Utah University
351 W University Blvd | Cedar City, UT 84720


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $13.39M

Southern Utah University (SUU) is our first military friendly college in Utah on this list. It has over 330 students who receive GI Bill benefits. The Veterans Resource and Support Center recruits, retains, and supports military connected students as they pursue their college goals. And, you could join the Student Veterans of America Chapter (SUUSVA). This serves more than 350 veteran students pursuing education goals.

SUU participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of students an unlimited max contribution per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 85%. And, the rate for part time students is 100%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $44,271
Grad: $9,108

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 299
Grad: 17

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 74%
Part Time: 55%

2University of Utah
2001 Presidents’ Circle | Salt Lake City, UT 84112


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $6.48M

University of Utah is proud to help service men and women achieve their college goals. The Veterans Support Center offers GI Bill/VA services. These include counseling, coaching, and tutoring. Plus, use the veteran-only lounge and study area.

The U participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers 250 students at most of its 17 schools and colleges up to $15,000 each, per year. Also, 250 students at the School of Medicine are offered up to $5,000 each, per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 85%. And, the rate for part time students is 71%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $8,633
Grad: $18,084

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 481
Grad: 129

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 89%
Part Time: 63%

3Utah State University
Old Main Hill | Logan, UT 84322


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $2.81M

Utah State University (USU) is a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). It also has a recognized student veteran organization. The Veterans Resource Office (VRO) provides veterans, service members, and their families with support as they pursue college life. Plus, the VRO offers a place to gather and network with other veterans on campus.

USU participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of students an unlimited max contribution per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 82%. And, the rate for part time students is 80%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $6,394
Grad: $8,849

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 384
Grad: 41

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 74%
Part Time: 49%

4Utah Valley University
800 W University Pkwy | Urem, UT 84058


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $2.12M

Utah Valley University (UVU) is another military friendly college in Utah. They are a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). It has a dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military service members, and their families.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 73%. And, the rate for part time students is 39%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $5,012
Grad: $5,466

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 416
Grad: 8

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 65%
Part Time: 47%

5Weber State University
3848 Harrison Blvd | Ogden, UT 84408


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $1.7M

Weber State University (WSU) is a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). It has a dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military service members, and their families.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 81%. And, the rate for part time students is 62%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $4,729
Grad: $3,616

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 363
Grad: 10

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 66%
Part Time: 42%

6Salt Lake Community College


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $1.61M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $2,596
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 621
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 59%
Part Time: 43%

7Westminster College
1840 1300 E | Salt Lake City, UT 84105


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.91M

Westminster College is home to more than 150 student veterans, military family members, cadets, and midshipmen. The Center for Veteran & Military Services has a full time director and many services. Some of these include GI Bill counseling, veteran mentoring and tutoring, and a lounge area. Plus, you could join the Westminster Military Association, a student group on campus.

Westminster participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of undergrad students an unlimited max contribution per year. And, 25 grad students get up to $9,185 each, per year.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for both full time and part time students who receive military benefits is 100%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $12,988
Grad: $12,359

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 59
Grad: 12

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 80%
Part Time: 67%

8Brigham Young University-Provo
Main Campus | Provo, UT 84602


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.79M

Brigham Young University Provo (BYU) has a dedicated point of contact for military support services. These serve veterans, military service members, and their families. Plus, BYU has a recognized student veteran organization. The Veterans and Military Services Office offers an additional support system.

Veterans are eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 100%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $4,132
Grad: $7,310

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 167
Grad: 15

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 90%
Part Time: 73%

9Dixie State University
225 S University Ave | Saint George, UT 84770


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.79M

Dixie State University (DSU) offers support to veteran and military students, plus their family members. That includes help with using their Veteran Administration (VA) or military educational benefits. And, DSU is a Member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC).

DSU participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers an unlimited number of students up to $5,000 each, per year.

Veterans may be eligible for transfer credit of military training. The retention rate for full time students who receive military benefits is 100%. And, the rate for part time students is 33%.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $4,132
Grad: $7,310

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 167
Grad: 15

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 90%
Part Time: 73%

10Eagle Gate College-Layton
915 N 400 W | Layton, UT 84041


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.16M

Eagle Gate participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. It offers 3 undergrad students up to $1,500 each, per year.

Veterans may be eligible for transfer credit of military training.

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $8,860
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 19
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 100%
Part Time: 100%

11Davis Technical College


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.16M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $8,860
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 19
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 100%
Part Time: 100%

12Ogden-Weber Technical College


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.05M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $990
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 60
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 60%
Part Time: 47%

13Mountainland Technical College


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.048M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $2,310
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 21
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 93%
Part Time: 71%

14Skin Science Institute


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.04M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $14,233
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 3
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 84%
Part Time: 88%

15Acaydia School of Aesthetics


Total Post 9/11 GI Bill Sum Awarded in 2018/19: $0.03M

Average Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits Awarded

Undergrad: $12,247
Grad: N/A

# of Students Earning 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergrad: 3
Grad: N/A

Retention Rates For Students Who Receive Benefits

Full Time: 94%
Part Time: 93%

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