Below is a list of current benefits available at Notre Dame.
Yellow Ribbon Program
Notre Dame participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which offers significant benefits to eligible veterans with honorable discharges who served on active duty for at least 36 months after September 11, 2001. The Yellow Ribbon Program helps to offset any amount that the VA does not cover under the G.I. Bill.
• $18,077.50 for 100% GI Bill Private School reimbursement
• (Veterans are 100% eligible if they served 36 months of active duty after 9/11)
• $15,000 University of Notre Dame Yellow Ribbon contribution
• $15,000 Veterans Administration Match
• Books and supplies
• $1,000 per year for two years
• Tutoring Stipend
• $1,200 per year for two years
• Certifications or licensing
• $2,000 (CFA, CPA, etc.)
• $1,080 per month
• Learning Credit
• $4,000 Lifetime Learning Credit
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.
Contact our Military Recruiting Liaison
Student Military Admissions Liaison Sam Butler (2018 Notre Dame MBA candidate) is here to assist prospects with any questions, concerns or to provide insight that may help prospects in their decision-making process. Please visit our Contact Page for further information. Also see our Contact Page.
Additionally, 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 or for questions with the application process, please contact our military faculty advisor, Shawn Pulscher, at firstname.lastname@example.org.