The term liberal arts and sciences comes up a lot during a college search. Typically, this educational tradition is based upon a broad, interdisciplinary curriculum, small, discussion-centered classes with approachable professors, and opportunities to learn inside and outside of the classroom. Even some of the largest universities̠ undergraduate programs draw upon these customs.
Military and Veteran Costs
GI Bill Coverage
- $ 25,162
Student Veteran Cost
- $ 250
Military Student Cost
This GI Bill coverage is based on full benefits remaining. Any potential costs and coverage should be verified by the university before applying.
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“$0 cost to veteran” represents out-of-pocket costs to eligible veterans with full benefits remaining and approval for any funding support from the university and the VA via the Yellow Ribbon program. Any potential costs and GI Bill coverage should be verified by the university and the VA, respectively, before applying.