Jones International University has been a perfect choice for Sailors and officers around the world with our flexible online format, exceptional education choices and affordable education options.
- 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% discount 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.
Tuition Assistance (TA) is available to both Naval Officers and Enlisted active duty personnel and Naval Reservists on continuous active duty. It is also available to enlisted Naval Reservists ordered to active duty 120 days and to Naval Reservist Officers ordered to active duty for 2 years or more. Contact your Navy College Office to receive educational counseling in person, by phone or email. Your Navy College advisor will help you determine which courses will receive TA funding.
We are also excited to be a part of the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP) and SOCNAV-4 to continue to support your efforts in pursuing your education.
Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership allows Sailors to pursue rating-relevant degrees. JIU offers Business Administration degree programs based on Navy Ratings. Please click on our “Ratings Roadmaps” to find a mapping of degree plans to specific Navy Ratings.
|Navy Rating Program||Symbol|
|Culinary Specialist (CS)||
|Electrician's Mate (EM)||
|Operations Specialist (OS)||
|Personnel Specialist (PS)||
The SOC Degree Network System (SOCAD, SOCNAV, SOCMAR and SOCCOAST) is a group of degree-granting colleges and universities that help servicemembers and their family members complete college degrees by adopting military-friendly policies, such as reduced residency requirements, flexible transfer policies and acceptance of non-traditional credit. When students are transferred to new duty stations, they may continue to take courses at their home college if online, or take courses in SOC DNS Course Categories from other Degree Network System colleges, as well as acquire credit for further military experience and CLEP or DSST examinations. Credits can then be transferred back to the home college for the eventual awarding of a degree once all academic requirements are met.