Veterans

Veterans

ECPI offers an Imagine America $1,000 Scholarship

The Imagine America Military Award Program (MAP) is a national aid program established by the Imagine America Foundation.
• $1,000 career education award
• Available to any qualified active duty, honorably discharged, or retired military veteran of any United States military service branch
• For degree programs at a participating career colleges, including ECPI University.

For more information and to apply click here.

ECPI offers a DoD Support Scholarship

ECPI University has established a special academic scholarship program to support DOD Service Personnel who have been severely injured while in armed conflict. The Scholarship is available for service members, their spouses and dependent children. Click here to learn more about eligibility, how the scholarship is applied, or to apply.

Visit the Veteran’s Affairs Site.

Find out what chapter you qualify for:

Montgomery GI Bill–Chapter 30
This is available to those who entered Active Duty after June 30th, 1985; For more information on the Montgomery GI Bill select benefits.

Vocational Rehabilitation–Chapter 31
Available to veterans who have been declared disabled by the Department of Veterans Affairs due to service related injury, you can get more information on Vocational Rehabilitation by contacting your case manager.

Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)–Chapter 32
This program is available to those who entered the military after January 1st, 1977, contributed to the program, and did not contract with the Armed Forces under a delayed entry program. For more information on the Veterans Educational Assistance Program select benefits.

Post-9/11 GI Bill–Chapter 33
Those who served a minimum of 90 combined days on active duty after September 10th, 2001 and received an honorable discharge are eligible. For more information on the Post-9/11 GI Bill select benefits. For more information about the Yellow Ribbon Program, select benefits.

Dependents Educational Assistance–Chapter 35
This portion of 38 U.S.C. authorizes educational benefits to dependents and survivors of certain veterans who have serious disabilities as the result of their service, (100% disabled), or who have died of a service-connected cause, were a prisoner of war or missing in action. For more information on Dependents Educational Assistance select benefits.

Reserve GI Bill–Chapter 1606
Any person who enlists, re-enlists or extends an enlistment in the Selective Reserve for not less than six years, in addition to any other period of obligation after June 30th, 1985 and completed high school or GED, IADT, 180 days of service in the selective reserve and is satisfactorily participating in required training in the Selective Reserve. For more information on the Reserve GI Bill select benefits.
                    
Activated Reservists After September 11th, 2001–Chapter 1607 (REAP)
Any person who enlists, re-enlists or extends an enlistment in the Selective Reserve for not less than six years, in addition to any other period of obligation after June 30th, 1985 and completed high school or GED, IADT, 180 days of service in the selective reserve and is satisfactorily participating in required training in the Selective Reserve. For more information on the Reserve GI Bill select benefits.