Military • Veteran Services • First Responder Community

Bryan College Online partners with the Military • Veterans • First Responders

Earn your bachelor's degree or master's degree from Bryan College and receive a $1000 scholarship through our Adult Education program. Bryan College's Coordinator of Military Recruitment will assist in making sure your service is identified and will guide you through the application process. Together, we'll help you meet your goals faster at Bryan College, with our generous academic and military transfer-credit policies.


Contact: CMSgt Michael Kennedy, USAF (Ret)
Coordinator of Military Recruitment
423.664.9941 •
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Military Benefits & Discounts

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Bryan offers discounts of up to 30% toward online undergraduate and graduate degree programs for U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty. We also accept Tuition Assistance (TA), Post-9/11 GI Bill® and Montgomery GI Bill® benefits, and scholarships for spouses through MyCAA programs. SNHU is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website.
Military Accessibility

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If you need assistance completing your coursework, our Online Accessibility Center will work with you and your instructor to address your needs and concerns.

You can take classes whether at home or deployed, and you’ll be able to count on support from our dedicated advising team with a strong military background.

Eligible Recipients
  • Active Duty
  • Reservists
  • National Guard (Army)
  • National Guard (Air)
  • Veterans
  • Immediate Family
GI Bill Education Programs

The category of benefits you may receive will depend upon when you served, your length of service, and other factors. You must be admitted to the college in a degree or certificate-seeking program to receive benefits. Assistance, including tuition & fees, books, supplies, and housing stipend, depends upon your Letter of Eligibility rating from the VA.

To see an overview of available education programs, visit the GI Bill website.

To ask VA a question, log on to e-benefits, see frequently asked questions, and explore in more detail the VA GI Bill benefits, visit the Veteran's Education website.

The Helping Heroes Grant

The Helping Heroes Grant does not count against your GI Bill benefits. The grant is available each year to as many as 375 eligible veterans on a first-come, first-serve basis and will award $1,000 to students completing at least twelve (12) semester hours each term. Applicants need to have been awarded The Iraq Campaign Medal, The Afghanistan Campaign Medal, or The Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal. For further eligibility requirements and information, visit the Tennessee Government website.

Supplemental Financial Assistance
  • Helping Heroes General Information, Grant Information
  • Eligible Veterans classified as out-of-state students will pay same rate as in-state tuition and fees in there is no differentiation.
  • Eligibility for Deferment of Payment of Tuition and Fees – Deferment forms are available at all campus locations and a new form must be completed for each term. No deferments will be processed after the first day of class.
  • Apply for a Bryan College Patriot Partnership Scholarship