The University of Findlay recognizes and is grateful for the sacrifices that our United States military personnel, and their families, make and have made to maintain our nation's safety and to uphold our constitutional rights.
We strive to provide financial assistance and services tailored to the needs of our veterans. As part of these efforts, the University of Findlay participates in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon Program
through which Findlay offers a maximum contribution of $10,500 a per eligible veteran toward the cost of tuition above national maximum of the Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) Payment Rate designated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Admission InformationApplying to Findlay is simple and can be done through our online portal. There is no application fee and Findlay accepts students based on a rolling admission process.
Findlay's educational offerings are divided into six colleges that include nearly 60 undergraduate programs leading to baccalaureate degrees; 11 master's degrees; and doctorates in pharmacy, education, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Some degree programs can be completed online. All traditional and online courses of study have different acceptance requirements. Once enrolled, undergraduate students must take general education courses along with specific courses for their selected major.
Findlay participates in the Chapter 33-Post 9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Act of 2008 and the Yellow Ribbon Program. The following links provide specific information on how military financial assistance can be applied:
Office of Financial Aid. This site also provides information about Montgomery GI Bill eligibility, how federal assistance influences institutionally-funded financial aid awards, how prospective Findlay students can transfer here as military aid beneficiaries, what documentation the University's Office of Financial aid needs to accept Montgomery GI Bill benefits, and links to other resources to guide you through and inform you about the financial aid process.