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The Yellow Ribbon Program

Our Commitment To You

Service is in our DNA. It compelled our founding patron to lead the nation’s first army and first elected government. It compels us to champion your hopes and dreams.

Washington College’s participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program can mean an outstanding tuition-free liberal arts education for you or your eligible dependents. And our small community means big support for navigating admissions, financial aid, academics, and career guidance.

It’s easy to say that we honor your service to our country. More meaningful is the action. That is our institutional commitment to your future or to that of those you love.

Stories from Our Veterans and Their Families

Veteran's Information

The Yellow Ribbon Program

If you are eligible for 100% of the Post 9/11 GI Bill, tuition and fees at Washington College are 100% covered for you or your eligible dependents.

Here’s how:

The Post 9/11 benefit pays for nearly half of tuition and fees. The Yellow Ribbon benefit (for veterans eligible for 100% of the Post 9/11 GI Bill) pays for another quarter. Through tuition grants, Washington College pays the final quarter. The Basic Housing Allowance more than covers our room and board costs. And the VA will provide eligible veterans with up to $1,000 for books and educational supplies.

Room and board for two semesters: $10,046

BAH for two semesters (at $1,500/month): $12,000

Points of Contact

Admissions

Bradly Booke

Director of Admissions.
Our staff will be glad to answer your questions to you about our programs for veterans and their families.

Phone: 410-778-7700

Email: bbooke2@washcoll.edu

Call410-778-7700

Financial Aid

Jeani Narcum

Director of Financial Aid.
Our staff will be glad to answer your questions to you about our financial aid for veterans and their families.

Phone: 410-778-7214

Email: jnarcum2@washcoll.edu

Call410-778-7214

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