Nationally recognized as a “military-and veteran-friendly university,” University of Alabama is home to a variety of comprehensive programs and services to ease veterans into college life and assist them in completing their degree. In addition to unique on-campus programs, including the Campus Veterans Association and Veteran Work Study Program, the University of Alabama offers support to veterans in the form of a VA Certification Program, Outreach Mission, special housing options and Transition Assistance, which comprises career transitioning and family support services. The university offers financial aid options for veterans, service members, dependents and survivors.
UA offers unlimited slots for the Yellow Ribbon Program and does not cap financial contributions to the program.
In addition to the Yellow Ribbon Program, UA offers the Fry Scholarship to children of active duty members of the Armed Forces who have died in the line of duty on or after September 11, 2001.
The university also supports the Leadership Scholar Program through a partnership between UA and the U.S. Marine Corps.
As the state’s flagship university, The University of Alabama family has always focused on being the best. After all, we are The Capstone of Higher Education.
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