Dominican University thanks all service members – past and present – for your service to our nation! Through Dominican’s Veterans Service Officer and various resources both on- and off-campus, Dominican provides the necessary support for a successful academic journey.
Veterans Education Benefits
The federal government provides educational benefits to veterans of the United States Armed Forces in recognition of their service. Through the Post-9/11 GI Bill®, Yellow Ribbon Program, Vocational Rehabilitation, or ROTC, military veterans and military-connected students can attend Dominican at little-to-no out-of-pocket expense. These tuition benefits are separate from any other aid for which the student may be eligible through submitting a FAFSA (Federal Financial Aid) application. Learn more about the education benefits below.
Military-connected students can attend Dominican at little-to-no out-of-pocket expense. These tuition benefits are separate from any other aid for which the student may be eligible through submitting a FAFSA (Federal Financial Aid) Application.
Dominican University Student Veteran Organization (DUSVO)
The DUSVO provides a positive presence for veterans, dependents of veterans and active duty personnel on campus while contributing to the overall cultural diversity of the University.
DUSVO is officially recognized as a chapter of the Student Veterans of America national organization. Membership is open to Dominican’s veteran and non-veteran student populations.
DUSVO helps address the challenges faced by military members transitioning from military service to the Dominican Experience by facilitating supportive services and active involvement within the campus and the surrounding community of Marin County.
Advanced Placement for Military Trained Healthcare Personnel in Nursing
Veterans with military experience and training in healthcare are encouraged to apply for advanced placement in the Dominican University Undergraduate Nursing Program. Learn more about our nursing program below.
For more information, please contact Dominican’s Veteran Service Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. or by phone at (415) 257-1350.