Online Learning for Military

Be well-equipped for whatever comes your way.

Whether you're transitioning into the civilian sector or looking to advance in the military, Quinnipiac University Online provides the tools, resources and support you need to succeed. Our staff and our experienced faculty – who teach on campus – stand ready to help active duty military, veterans, reserves and retirees achieve their educational goals in a completely supportive environment.

As a thank you for serving our country, Quinnipiac University offers a special 10 percent discount for all online programs, plus other benefits to give you the advantage you need – both in the civilian world and in the service.

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Benefits for Active Duty Military and Veterans

Quinnipiac University helps active duty military, veterans, reserves and retirees right off the bat with a 10 percent discount on all online programs. In addition, you may be eligible for a number of assistance programs and entitlements through the federal government. We've compiled a list of resources to help you get exactly what you need to get started.

Click here for more details on available benefits.


Go Through It Together, and Save

In recognition of your service to our country, you'll receive a $1,000 credit when a friend (currently serving or honorably discharged) enrolls via Quinnipiac University Online's Buddy System. In order to participate, both students must enter during the same semester, but it's not necessary for you to be in the same program. There is no limit to the number of people you can refer. Here's how it works:

  1. You are accepted to and enroll in a Quinnipiac University Online program.
  2. You refer a "buddy," who then must be accepted and enroll during the same semester.
  3. You receive a $1,000 credit to be used toward the subsequent semester of your program (i.e. if you enrolled in the fall, you would receive the credit toward the spring semester).
"As a fellow veteran and current MSOL student, Zac was able to walk me through what to expect not only from QU, but also the GI Bill process, and helping me set accurate expectations for the MSOL program."

Nicholas W. MS in Organizational Leadership '16

"The online classroom has been a new experience for me, but one I've found suits me better than the traditional classroom. I'm able to engage on a schedule that suits my other time commitments, so it requires a bit more discipline, but I appreciate that flexibility."

Nicholas W. MS in Organizational Leadership '16

"The ability to complete an entire graduate degree from a "brick and mortar" university online was a significant factor, particularly since I live over 2,000 miles from campus."

Nicholas W. MS in Organizational Leadership '16

"I've found a number of "a ha!" moments where the theory or driving forces behind leadership decisions I made or observed others making connect to the course material. This degree will help me build on the leadership knowledge and experience I've gained thus far while also helping me translate military skills and experiences to the civilian business world."

Nicholas W. MS in Organizational Leadership '16

"Understanding different persuasion and how different personalities make decisions allowed me to adjust my approach on an issue I had been going back and forth with my leadership on. Taking a new approach broke through the stalemate that had developed, allowing us to move forward with a more amicable solution."

Nicholas W. MS in Organizational Leadership '16

"During a recent meeting with my department vice president, he mentioned impact I was making from a "non-leadership" position within the company and indicated that he would like to see me move into a formal leadership role within the next year or two."

Nicholas W. MS in Organizational Leadership '16