Vanderbilt Business wants you! We are committed to helping you transition to business school and have dedicated resources available only to military candidates. Our team will guide you through the entire admissions process and even waive the application fee. Students who are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program will receive additional funding up to the maximum approved by the Veterans Administration (VA) based on unmet need. As a Vanderbilt Business student, you will have access to customized executive coaching and tools typically reserved for executives at Fortune 500 companies through our Leadership Development Program. Learn more about the strong return on investment from a Vanderbilt MBA by exploring our most recent employment report.
An MBA for Veterans
Through scholarship, support, and community, Vanderbilt Business equips military members for a successful transition into civilian life.
Once your eligibility for the Yellow Ribbon Program has been confirmed, if your tuition charges exceed the amount of the national cap, the Yellow Ribbon Program provides additional funding up to the maximum approved by the VA based on unmet need. At the present time, Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management will award up to 50% of the unmet need in Yellow Ribbon funds, to be matched by the Veterans Administration. For additional information regarding veterans’ educational benefits at Vanderbilt University, please contact Vanderbilt’s VA school certifying officials at VASCO@vanderbilt.edu.
Details on Vanderbilt University's Yellow Ribbon Program benefits and military benefits are available through the Office of the University Registrar. A full description of the Yellow Ribbon program can be found on the Veterans Benefits Administration website.
Bass Military Scholars
In recognition of the patriotism, scholarship, and leadership qualities and capabilities of veterans, the Bass Military Scholars Program provides $25,000 per year to an annual cohort of highly talented veterans pursuing graduate and professional degrees across five Vanderbilt schools.