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If you would like to learn more about the University of Notre Dame’s MBA programs, the application process, and life as a former or current military member at the Mendoza College of Business, please contact our Chairman of Veteran Engagement, Josh Deane. Read more about what veterans students say about an ND MBA and Mendoza College of Business's "Military Friendly" status.
Program information, application deadlines, and information regarding the application process for each MBA program can be found in the following links:
We encourage you to take advantage of a military-specific waiver code for the Notre Dame MBA application fee (a value of $175). To receive your code, please contact the Mendoza College of Business Assistant Director Of Admissions, Phil Drendal.
Veteran Benefits at Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame assists veterans and their families by offering its support regarding the use of Veteran Affairs (VA) benefits. Visit the Office of the Registrar, the Office of Military and Veteran Affairs, and the Office of Financial Aid pages for details and key points of contact for any questions you have regarding your benefits as a military veteran student.
More than 60% of MBA students receive some type of fellowship, ranging from $10,000 a year to full tuition plus additional assistance.
Men and women who have served in the armed forces are often leaders in our MBA program and contribute immensely to the culture of the program based on the shared beliefs of honor, respect, and integrity. Freedom Fellowships are provided to recognize those contributions.
The new Kenneth R. Meyer Fellowships, established with a $10 million gift from the Notre Dame alumnus of the same name, supports 16 fellowships annually – eight for admitted applicants in each two-year MBA class.
$25,162.14 for 100% G.I. Bill private school reimbursement (per academic year)
$17,500 University of Notre Dame Yellow Ribbon contribution (per academic year)
$17,500 Veterans Administration match (per academic year)
$1,000 for books and supplies (per year for two years)
$1,200 tutoring stipend (per year for two years)
$2,000 for certifications or licensing (i.e., CFA, CPA, etc.)
$1,356 housing stipend (per month)
$4,000 Lifetime Learning Credit (granted to those paying "out of pocket")
Veteran Readiness and Employment (Chapter 31)
For some veterans, VR&E is a better fit than is the G.I. Bill for their education financing needs. To learn more, visit the Veterans Affairs VR&E website.
MBA Veterans Career Conference & Expo reimbursement is provided by the MBA Military Veterans Club.
Visit the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs for Indiana-specific veterans benefits.
For a comprehensive list of veteran resources that may help you with your post-military plans in general, visit the Transitioning Servicemembers Cheat Sheet.