CSU provides service to veterans and their families tailored to their specific needs. Explore the benefits available as well as the steps to apply today.
Your military service has earned you several education benefits.
Our career development counselors are here to assist you with your career-related goals.
Meet like-minded student veterans through CSU’s SVA.
Other Resources for Veterans
CSU is committed to the Principles of Excellence and 8 Keys to Veteran's Success to ensure that you reach your potential. We take seriously the sacrifices you have made and provide the support you need to reach your educational goals.
Some of these include:
All military men and women receive a waived application fee and those using Military Tuition Assistance also receive a waived library fee. Spouses or children of veterans will receive the application fee waiver and a 10 percent tuition discount.
Credit for Military Training
CSU allows transfer of credit hours for prior academic credits, training, and relevant professional licenses and certifications. Up to 75 percent of undergraduate courses and 50 percent of graduate courses may be transferred into your degree program. For the full transfer credit policy, please download the CSU Student Handbook.
The link below contains information published by the Department of Veterans Affairs that is intended to assist veterans in locating various services. The link is a tremendous resource for veterans seeking assistance and is sorted by state. The list includes VA offices, state agencies and nonprofit institutions: