Using your military benefits wisely can put you in a position to stand out amongst your peers - because, like accomodations, your diploma tells employers, supervisors, or review boards what you've accomplished. Earning your degree from Colorado State University, a regionally-accredited university, assures people that the education you received was valuable.
Whether rising through the ranks, transitioning into life as a civilian, or just gaining relevant skills to help on the job, CSU has a lot to offer, including:
- Online courses taught by expert CSU faculty, featuring the same curriculum on-campus students learn,
- Dedicated staff to help you transition into your degree program,
- A financial aid office to help you work through finances and GI Bill questions, and
- The opportunity to transfer credits you've already earned.
Regardless of your location, you receive the benefits of a reputable state institution no matter where you serve. Explore our options to find the right fit for your educational and professional goals.
Voices from CSU
Jody Donovan, CSU’s Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, discusses the many assets student veterans bring to higher education, as well as the challenges they face. Why We Should Celebrate and Support Student Veterans »
Zac McFarlane, U.S. Coast Guard Veteran and CSU Online Assistant Director for Marketing Communications, offers some practical advice for military members and veterans. Don’t be an Ostrich Goober—Use Your G.I. Bill Benefits (Wisely) and Get to School »