Active Duty Soldiers and Veterans
GI Bill, Green to Gold, and Other Information
Veteran’s Financial Aid: Are you currently using VA / GI Bill Benefits or do you plan on using them after you ETS? Did you know Loyola Participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which allows eligible Veterans to use their GI Bill benefits to pay for tuition at Loyola?
PT Class: Do you want to get back in shape? Maybe relive the good old days of “Extend to the left, march. Arms downward, move…?” Sign up for our PT Class, MLSC 151/2 or MLSC 251/2. These classes are open to all Loyola students and faculty and count towards general elective credit at Loyola.
Become and Officer: Are you interested in returning to military service as an Officer in the US Army, USAR, or National Guard? If you are prior service you only have to complete the last two years of ROTC to commission as an officer. Enroll in ROTC before the fall semester of your junior year at Loyola.
Green to Gold at Loyola: Are you currently on Active Duty and interested in the Green to Gold Program?
G2G Scholarship Option: You can use the G2G Scholarship program to pay for up to 4 years of full tuition and fees at Loyola. Plus you would get a monthly stipend and yearly book allowance.
ADO: You could use the Active Duty Option in conjunction with your Post 9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program Benefits to pay for two years at Loyola. You will also continue to receive your active duty pay and benefits. The ADO is a two year program only. You must be accepted to Loyola in a junior status and show you will graduate in exactly two years or four semesters.
Non-Scholarship Option: You could use the Non-Scholarship Option in conjunction with your Post 9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program Benefits to pay for two years at Loyola. You would no longer receive active duty pay and benefits while in ROTC, but you will receive a monthly stipend and yearly book allowance. The Non-Scholarship Option is a two year program only. You must be accepted to Loyola in a junior status and show you will graduate in exactly two years or four semesters.
Links to Army ROTC Green to Gold Scholarships: