Chris, a senior accounting major at RMU, livened up his four years of active duty in the 82nd Airborne's finance office by earning his wings with 22 jumps.
While he's had a couple close calls with trees and electric fences, Chris was relieved to discover that enrolling at RMU was a low-stress activity. The university counted his military training and other classes for 18 credit hours.
"I didn't think it'd be that much, but it was. That's one less semester I have to take classes before I graduate," Chris said.
At Robert Morris University, we understand veterans need a university to be a little bit flexible. Our admissions specialists will make sure you get credit for the non-traditional learning you've absorbed, whether it's running payroll for 15,000 enlisted personnel or doing a rapid descent from 1,000 feet.
RMU offers generous veterans college benefits, closing any gap between the new GI Bill allotment and our tuition for qualifying veterans