Military Tuition

Dunlap-Stone University is a great match for students who have Veteran Education Benefits from previous military service, as DSU is fully approved by the Arizona Department for Veteran’s Services State Approving Agency (VA-SAA).

Veterans who enroll in Vocational Certificate Programs or Degree Programs at Dunlap-Stone University are generally eligible to use their VA education benefits to pay for their education. Because VA Education benefits and limits vary, please discuss your eligibility with your VA regional branch. To determine eligibility, students should contact their local VA Branch office for current criteria and/or complete the application for the benefits. The application (VA Form 22-1990) will be reviewed by the VA, and the agency will determine if the individual is eligible.

Please also visit the Veterans Benefits Administration website:


DSU Military Financial Aid Programs

DSU is approved for the following military veteran benefits:

GI Bill® and Post 9/11 Veteran Benefits

Air Force
Coast Guard
National Guard
Marine Corps

Dunlap-Stone University does not participate in Department of Defense (DoD) programs for ACTIVE
DUTY service members, such as Tuition Assistance and the Yellow Ribbon Program.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

Click here to learn more about VA Benefits via the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs here.


DSU Military Discount Program

All veterans (of any era and their immediate family members) qualify for DSU’s Military Discount Program (25% discount). Certain conditions and requirements apply. (Speak with an advisor for exact details.)


1. VA Students must complete a VA from 22-1990 in either electronic or printed form and submit it to the appropriate VA regional office (list of locations available online).

2. Once the student has been approved by the VA, the student will contact an advisor to register for their class.

3. Upon receipt of completed registration, a DSU Certifying Official will electronically “certify” or approve on a course by course basis the courses that the student has just enrolled in.

4. The VA reviews the student’s course enrollment. Once all VA requirements have been met, the student is awarded the benefits for that course. Depending on which VA Chapter (31, 33 or 35) benefits the veteran is entitled to, this process may vary.

Dunlap-Stone University would like to thank military service members for their service, and is pleased to offer Veterans a discount on tuition.

Eligible for all honorably discharged personnel, regardless of era served, including Vietnam Veterans, DSU’s Veteran Discount Program is for 25% off the course tuition. All immediate family members of qualifying veterans are eligible for this discount.

Certain restrictions apply. Contact an enrollment advisor for more information.