Whether your status is current or former military U.S. service-members, we have graduate and undergraduate options to help you take charge of your transition to academic life.
We know you answered the call to duty. And now you’re ready pursue your academic dreams. With online degree programs, flexible schedules, and personalized support and services, Golden Gate University offers a strong, highly supported transition back to civilian life.
"Like my military training, GGU has been an integral part of my career. My GGU education gave me academic skills, experience, and opportunities for financial success. It also helped me develop relevant and practical life skills. I took most of my courses online, so even if I got deployed, I could still attend class."
--Tom J. Kuang (BA Management 15)
VP of Technology & Chief Technology Officer
Schools Financial Credit Union
US Marine Corps Reserves
US Air Force Reserves
Outstanding Student Award 2015
Total out-of-pocket cost for qualifying veterans to attend GGU
Whether your status is current or former military U.S. service-members, we’ll help you get your degree–and get on with your future. Choose from degree programs relevant to today’s job market, including business and management, accounting, finance, financial planning, tax, public administration, law, human resources, IT management, supply chain management, and more. GGU is in the top 15% of universities nationwide who have dedicated funds to the Yellow Ribbon Program, helping Veterans finance their education goals.
Your military training may have already earned you credit to apply to your bachelor’s degree. In fact, GGU evaluates all your life experiences to save you time and money on the path toward your degree. To learn more, reach out to one of our enrollment counselors by completing the form on the right.
GGU is an official Military Friendly School® since 2013 - championing the academic success of service members, veterans and spouses.
The Washington Monthly magazine ranks Golden Gate University the #1 School for Adult Learners in its annual College Guide and Rankings.