Perfectly suited to meet the needs of soldiers seeking a promotion, job enhancement or post-military employment, JIU’s flexible online format and affordable education options make it simple and convenient for you to earn your degree – whether you are at home or abroad. As a member of the Army, you, your spouse and adult dependents are eligible for a host of benefits that include:
- Reduced undergraduate tuition—$250 per credit hour or $750 per 3 credit hour course.
- Waived fees—All application and academic fees are waived for JIU military students and their dependents.
- Cost of undergraduate books covered by the Military Book Program.
- 20% tuition waiver for graduate degree programs.
Visit our military tuition page to review program tuition costs, and to get a more personalized cost breakdown, as well as your Military Shopping Sheet, go to the net price calculator. To learn more about additional financial aid options available to you click here.
GoArmyEd and Tuition Assistance
Jones International University is also a GoArmyEd upfront tuition university which enables you to receive Army Tuition Assistance (TA). The Army will pay 100% of the tuition and authorized fees charged by a school up to $250/ semester hour and $4500/fiscal year. The program is open to nearly all soldiers (officers, warrant officers, enlisted) including Army Reserve and Army National Guard on active duty.
In order to apply for TA you will need to create a student account through the GoArmyEd portal, and you must request TA through GoArmyEd.com, prior to starting any courses. All requests for TA are done on a course-by-course basis, and GoArmyEd will notify you if your TA has been approved or not. Any changes to your course work must also take place through GoArmyEd.
Jones International University is also a member of the Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP) for Army enlistees. ConAP is a partnership between over 1,900 participating colleges, the Army Recruiting Command and Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). As a ConAp member we’ve agreed to use good academic practice in accepting courses from other colleges, use the American Council on Education Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services (ACE Guide) to award credit for military courses that fit a student's curriculum and award credit for at least one nationally-recognized testing program.