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Military

St. Francis College has a strong track record in serving members of the military with many students taking classes before, after and in-between tours of duty. Time spent in service can even be applied towards a student's credit total.

Credit for Armed Forces Veterans
All branches of the military can receive credits for training. Military personnel (active duty, reserve, National Guard): Army, Navy, Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, Army Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Navy Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve, Army, and Air National Guard. Honorably discharged veterans or active duty service members who have completed 6 to 18 months of active service in either the U.S. Armed Forces or those of another country may be granted five (5) credits of elective requirements toward a degrees; those who have completed more than 18 months of service be awarded 10 credits of electives).  Additionally, ACE equivalency credits may be granted with the submission of an official military (JST, AARTS, SMART, CGI) transcript. 

Tuition Rates

  Undergraduate Graduate
Military @ any level  $400 per credit $450 per credit

Scholarships

The Jeffrey Allen Clark Memorial Scholarship:
Jeffrey Allen Clark Memorial Scholarship was established by Mark ’73 and Marsha Clark in September 2017. This scholarship is intended for students with physical disabilities, veterans and/or first or second generation Americans. This is a partial scholarship.

 

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Henry Family Veterans Scholarship:
The Henry Family Veterans Scholarship, established by Bruce '72 and Patricia Henry in September 2017, is intended for student veterans and/or students from immigrant families that are first generation to attend college. This is a partial scholarship.

George Reaney Veterans Award:
The George Reaney Veterans Award was established by George’s son, Edward Reaney ’59 to honor his alma mater and his father. Through this award, Ed recognizes and celebrates St. Francis for changing his life and wants to ensure that future Terrier veterans and public servants have the same opportunity. This award is intended for veterans and public servants and is a partial scholarship.

Tom Brokaw Veterans Scholarship:
Tom Brokaw, an honoree at SFC’s 53rd Annual Charter Award Dinner, is a passionate advocate for our veteran community. St. Francis College has established a scholarship in his name and will be awarded to student veterans as well as students from military families. This scholarship is a tribute to Tom's leadership and excellence in his field, as well as his steadfast support of those that serve and preserve the freedoms of this great nation. This is a partial scholarship.

To apply for scholarships please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 718-489-5255

Military Friendly Yellow Ribbon Program College
Proud to be a
Yellow Ribbon Program College
US News best College for Vets

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Contact Information: Additional Resources:

Academic Credits
for Military Service:

Dr. Michele Hirsch
Veteran Services POC
718.489.5390
Room 7014

Brooklyn Vet Center
Services are free of charge
718.630.2830
25 Chapel Street, 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY

Counseling Services
10AM - 6PM
Spring and Fall Terms
Please call for an appointment
during Winter, May and Summer Terms
718.489.5335
Wellness Center, Room 2310

Education and Training:
www.gibill.va.gov
1.888.442.4551

Financial Services
(GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon)
Ric Payne, SCO
718.489.5232
Room 2001, Office of Financial Aid

Health Care Eligibility:
www.va.gov/healtheligibility
1.877.222.8387

Student Activities
Rubin Gonzalez
Director of Student Engagement
718.489.5215
Room 2302

Life Insurance:
www.insurance.va.gov
1.800.669.8477

Student Affairs
Jose Rodriguez
Dean of Students
718.489.5315
Room 3307

Mental Health:
www.mentalhealth.va.gov

National Suicide
Prevention Lifeline:

1.800.273.8255