The choice to continue your education is a big financial and time investment. At Colorado State University, we understand how important finding the right program is to you. Whether you choose to study online, on campus, or both, CSU provides military service members and veterans the support they need to find a suitable program and achieve their goals.
Wondering if CSU’s online programs are right for you?
Our knowledgeable student success coaches are available five days a week to help you make sense of admission requirements, understand your military benefits, choose a program that fits your goals, and navigate the application process. Call (970) 427-2738 to speak with a coach or email the Student Success Team for more information.
What happens next?
After being accepted into a program, our experienced student advisors are ready to help you create a customized academic plan; understand graduation requirements; make sense of institutional policies, procedures, and requirements; and regularly evaluate your progress as you work toward earning a degree or certificate. If you are ever feeling stuck or need help, your academic advisor is there to provide guidance and support.
There are several benefits and financial aid options available to CSU students with military experience. Learn more about your G.I. Bill® Benefits, the Yellow Ribbon Program, military discounts, and other related programs. Click on the link above to learn more.
Tuition assistance is a benefit available to service members and paid for by specific branches of the Department of Defense. Congress has granted the ability for each branch (Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy) to pay up to 100% of tuition expenses for their members. Click on the link above to learn more.
CSU offers online master's and Ph.D. degrees, as well as graduate degree programs with a classroom component or summer residency. Explore our graduate degree offerings and find the program that is right for you.
CSU offers graduate certificate programs online as condensed learning opportunities to obtain the training you need to move ahead in your field. Gain specific skills applicable to your current career to enhance performance and advancement opportunities, or transition into a new career with newly gained skills and knowledge.
Learn to take a transdisciplinary approach to improving health and aiding persons with disabilities. Explore advanced concepts like the structure and function of biomaterials, mechanical design, data analysis, quantitative systems physiology, and more.
Start integrating contemporary research into your practice to better serve individuals, families, and communities. Gain valuable skills and field experience as you work within a social services organization. Classes are offered in-person and online.
Many organizations require system engineers who can account for both the technical and business needs of stakeholders when solving complex problems. Explore cross-disciplinary applications of systems engineering as you learn to coordinate and implement technical processes to achieve specific business outcomes.
Air Force veteran Alex Jones and cadet Holly Shepherd share their experiences.
Military benefits, such as G.I. Bill® Benefits, apply to degree programs (i.e. for-credit programs) but typically cannot be used for non-credit professional development training from CSU. For clarification, please call (970) 491-6340 to reach the Veteran Education Benefit Office or email email@example.com.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.
If you are planning to use military tuition assistance from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, or Coast Guard, make sure you obtain approval from your Educational Services Officer (ESO) or military education counselor before enrolling at Colorado State University.
You want a high-quality, online education. You get one at Colorado State University, where we ranked #5 in 2019 by Military Times among public four-year schools. (Military Times annually reviews more than 500 colleges and universities).