Military Veterans

Whatever your goal is, we can help you meet it.

We’re proud to support military personnel and their families. Our team will help you with every aspect of your educational journey — from enrolling to obtaining VA benefits to graduating on time.

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Why choose Marymount?

MCU’s focus on real-time learning brings your classes to life with hands-on homework, projects for real clients and guest speakers from the outside world. And with our four-year guarantee, you can start your post-military career sooner.

Marymount is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program offered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to help eligible veterans pay for college. The Yellow Ribbon program is a supplement to the GI Bill® and will pay any remaining tuition and fees at Marymount not completely covered by your GI Bill benefits. Our reps can help determine your eligibility and explore additional financial aid options that may be available to you.

Marymount has been designated a Military Friendly® college for its commitment and success in serving the military community.

See more reasons why


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Just for veterans


MCU’s Student Veteran Center
This ocean-view hub for military students is a calming space to take a break or study. You’ll connect with students who have similar experiences and start building your second family here.

Student Veteran Organization
Activities include movie nights, paintball battles, wellness workshops, leadership conferences, networking with guest speakers, and events like MCU’s Veterans Day memorial service and 9/11 prayer.

Veteran resources
We can help with GI Bill benefits, transitioning to campus life and navigating Marymount — from advising to career planning. Get disability support, connect with other student veterans and access community resources.

Veteran in the News

Purple Heart Recipient Thrives in Newest Mission to Earn Degree

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Office of Admission: Veterans Enrollment
(310) 303–7311

student veteran in campus veteran's center

“At Marymount, you’ll never have a giant lecture hall where it’s maybe 500 students inside one classroom trying to learn from the professor writing on a white board—and only getting answers from the teaching assistant. Here, you can have actual discussions. You can ask questions. You can go to office hours. There are abundant opportunities to talk to your professors and discuss the material.”

—Austin Deblasi
Business major and former Marine artillery sergeant