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 and flexible day-care 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 offers veterans a special grant to be used towards tuition and fees – in addition to the benefits veterans receive from the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
- 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.