At Nazareth, an on-campus veteran liaison helps vets with everything from navigating their complicated financial aid packages to talking about the difficulty of going from military service to a classroom. Night classes accommodate the busy schedules of working vets with families. And counseling centers, Rehabilitation and Wellness Clinics, and an office for students with disabilities all help turn what could be a difficult transition into a rewarding experience.
Many veterans mistakenly think their benefits limit their educational choices to community colleges. But a private-school education with small class sizes and professors who care about individual students is attainable at Nazareth.
Did you know?
- Nazareth participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
- Nazareth offers a scholarship to eligible post-September 11 veteran students and Chapter 33 transferees that do not qualify for the Nazareth Yellow Ribbon.
- The College recently received the Educational Champion Award from the Rochester Regional Veterans' Business Council.
- Nazareth partners with the Veterans Outreach Center to provide internships exclusively for veterans at vet-friendly businesses and organizations.
Undergraduate Application Deadlines
|Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
|Completed Application||April 1, then rolling||November 1, then rolling|
|Last date for an enrollment deposit refund||May 15||January 1|
|Submit FAFSA to federal processor||March 15||October 15|
View our application process and see how your courses will transfer using our online transfer equivalency chart.
On- and Off- Campus Resources
View Nazareth and local resources for veteran benefits.
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Veterans@Nazareth with Phil Rouin '12G
At Nazareth, we honor veteran-students like Phil Rouin by making their challenging transitions from military to academic life a little easier. We connect our veterans with scholarships, counseling, and administrative support. The result? Every day, veterans are working at and serving with Nazareth to move Rochester forward.