As someone with prior military experience, it's a good idea to check how well the school services veterans before signing those admission papers. We've assembled this Bryant University veteran's report to help you in your research. If you're looking for information related to military tuition assistance such as the GI Bill® or Yellow Ribbon Program, go to the following page: Bryant University GI Bill® Information
What You'll Find in Our Veterans Report on Bryant:
Colleges with a large veteran population are better equipped to support and accommodate those who have had military experience.
The VA reports that there are 46 GI Bill® students at Bryant. There are 3,674 students enrolled at Bryant. This means that approximately 1.25% use the GI Bill® to help pay for tuition, fees, and other expenses. Putting that into perspective, the Student Veterans of America estimates that about three-four percent of all college students in America are veterans.
This number includes all chapters of the GI Bill®, e.g. Post-9/11, Montgomery GI Bill® and Reserve Education Assistance Program. It also includes Veteran Readiness and Employment. This does not include active-duty military personnel who are attending the college via Tuition Assistance. Therefore, the potential total military population could be larger than this.
Unfortunately, Bryant does not offer credit for military training.
Our data shows that this school has not received any complaints at the VA.
Notes and References
More about our data sources and methodologies.
**GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibil.