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Thank you for your previous and continued service to our country! Concordia University is the home of the first American Legion post on a college campus in the state of Wisconsin, Post 1881. Why the number? Because Concordia University first opened its doors to students in 1881. Our Post consists of students, alumni, faculty and staff. As a Non-For Profit Lutheran institution that demonstrates the core values of being Military Friendly, you can be assured that we are committed to providing first class service and support to our Active, Reserve, and Veteran personnel and their families.

What your fellow Veterans have to say about Concordia:

Chad S.

"CUW values the service of our veterans, and continues to play an active role in supporting those who have served by providing excellent academic opportunities and career resources to help Veterans transition into very successful civilian careers upon graduation."

Robert D.

"The veterans department played an integral role in helping me graduate with my bachelor’s degree 18 months ahead of scheduled."

Lana S.

"Concordia was my top choice of schools after transitioning from active duty to civilian. It's Christian based teachings, encouraging faculty members, and extremely helpful veterans education team has exceeded my expectations in a graduate program."

Active Duty Personnel

Concordia University accepts the Armed Forces Tuition Assistance (TA) Programs. This program offers eligible Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, and Reserve members a benefit that pays up to 100% of tuition expenses for voluntary higher education taken during off-duty hours in support of professional and personal self-development goals.

National Guard and Reserve Duty Personnel

Reserve personnel who are activated under Title 10 orders may qualify for the Tuition Assistance (TA) Program.

Each branch of service administers its own benefits criteria, including award amounts, eligibility, restrictions, and application process.

National Guard and Reserve Duty personnel are eligible for Montgomery G.I. Bill Select Reserve Chapter 1606.

Please visit the following for more information on Chapter 1606

Wisconsin National Guard personnel are eligible for the Wisconsin Army National Guard Tuition Grant.

Please visit the following for more information onthe WI NG Tuition Grant


Concordia is dedicated to working with our Veteran students and their families to ensure affordable tuition and our education programs have been consistently recognized as a great return on investment.

Veterans have numerous options using military education benefits, applying for scholarships, and utilizing financial aid if needed.

Click here to see the Federal benefits.

Click here to see State benefits

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