The Marylhurst Chamber Choir will travel to Ireland at the end of April to compete and perform at the Cork International Choir Festival.
Learn more about how your tuition can be covered in full using your Post 9/11 VA benefits and the Marylhurst University Military Service Scholarship.
Educational Benefits for Spouses and Dependents
In addition to eligible veterans, spouses and dependents of disabled and fallen service members may be eligible for education benefits. Veterans (certain dependents of veterans, Reservists and Guard members) may be entitled to educational benefits from the Veterans Administration.
Marylhurst University is committed to ensuring that all students have equal access to its academic programs.
Students with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations according to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Accommodations are coordinated through the Marylhurst Accessibility and Disability Services Office. We encourage you to connect with this office if you have questions.
The VA requires that you maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA in your major to receive educational benefits. Additionally, the VA will not pay for courses taken as audits or courses with W, I, or NP grades. Be sure that you meet these conditions to avoid interruption of benefits.
More Useful Resources
Counseling, Health and Family Links
VA Health Records
Medicare Supplement Search for Veterans
Mental Health Services for Veterans
Guide to PTSD and Addiction
Returning Veterans Project
Military One Source
Oregon National Guard Family Support
Additional links you may find helpful
Higher Education Resources for Veterans and their Families
Build your credit with Credit Card Insider as a student
Department of Veterans Affairs Forms
Online Applications for Education Benefits VONAPP
WAVE Web Automated Verification of Enrollment
Department of Veterans Affairs News Releases
Veteran Employment Opportunities
Continuing Education Resources for Veterans
The Mission Continues
Miscellaneous Links (PDF)