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Payment Options for Military

Use Military Education Benefits to Pay for College

LSU Online and Continuing Education is proud to service our Military Members, Veterans, and their dependents by accepting Military Education benefits. Whether you are a new or returning student, our goal is to provide high-quality and affordable programs that deliver in-demand skills. Please note that education benefit eligibility is determined by either the Department of Veterans Affairs or the respective military branch for active duty or reserve members.

Samples of Veterans Education Benefits Utilized by Current Students and Alumni:

  • Chapter 33 – Post 9/11 GI Bill
  • Chapter 31 – Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Chapter 30 – Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty
  • Chapter 35 – Survivors’ and Dependents’ Assistance
  • Louisiana Title 29 Dependents’ Educational Assistance
  • Chapter 1606 – Montgomery GI Bill (Selected Reserve)
  • Chapter 1607 – Reserve Educational Assistance

Veterans Seeking a Graduate or Undergraduate Degree

LSU Digital and Continuing Education offers veterans accessible and affordable learning options in high-demand, workforce-relevant fields. If you want to use your benefits for an undergraduate, graduate degree, or graduate certificate through LSU Online, please contact an Enrollment Concierge at lsuonline@lsu.edu or 833-280-5634 to begin the application process. For more information on your military education benefits, please visit the LSU Veterans Affairs page.

Navy

Marines

Air Force

Army

Louisiana National Guard


Veterans Seeking a Professional Development or Online Distance Learning (ODL) Course

If you are a Veteran already enrolled in a degree program and would like to use your benefits towards an Online Distance Learning course or select non-credit Professional Development Programs, please contact a Learner Coordinator at answers@outreach.lsu.edu or 800-234-5046 to begin the registration process.

If you have never applied for VA Benefits, please visit the VA website's how to apply section to learn more.

Approved Non-Credit Professional Development Programs (for Veterans Education Benefit use):

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