Active Duty and Retired Military Education Programs
Whether your intention is to translate your military training
and experience into a civilian job, or explore an entirely
new career path, William Howard Taft University offers a number
of program options delivered in a way that allows you to advance
your career goals even while in active military service.
participates in VA and TA education programs designed
specifically for active duty, reserve, veterans or spouse
In most cases your military benefits will cover 100% of
your tuition, fees and books. You could earn your degree
with no out of pocket expenses.
Active duty military (Marines, Navy, Air Force, National Guard
or Army Reserve) can use Military Tuition Assistance to pay for
Veterans have access to over $40,000 in education benefits, but
they won't be available forever. If a degree at Taft University
is a good fit for you, don't wait until it is too late, get
Some of the benefits of earning your degree at Taft University
Courses offered on a 24/7 basis.
Students have the opportunity to perform coursework from almost
anywhere in the world without having to set foot on a campus.
There are no set class times. Students work at their own pace
subject to limitations of the degree program.
Affordable tuition and reduced fees.
In most cases your entire costs may be covered through various
military benefit programs. Active and retired military pay
no application fees, no library fees, no Semester registration
fees, and no graduation fees.
- An Excellent fit for special needs. Taft University
online programs can be delivered "anytime, anywhere".
They are an excellent fit for students with restricted mobility,
disability, geographic limitations, and family responsibilities.
- Accommodating for special circumstances. Students
involuntarily activated for military service can continue
their studies even while on deployment, or may take a "leave
of absence" without penalty.
- Generous Transfer Credit. Taft University programs
allow for the maximum allowable amount of credit transfer and
credit for military training. There is no charge to active or
retired military for transcript evaluation. Taft University will
also consider credits earned from various approved exams (CLEP,
DSST, PEP, etc.) depending on the degree program.
- Practitioner Faculty. In most cases, faculty
members are also practitioners in the subject areas they teach,
bringing relevant and up-to-date knowledge and day-to-day experience
to the online learning process.
Veterans can discuss eligibility directly with a VA education
representative, using a toll free number 888-442-4551. They will
answer your questions and provide instructions on the application
You can visit the VA web address to either print off application
forms or apply online using VONAPP: http://vabenefits.vba.va.gov/vonapp/main.asp
You can also review information on the GI Bill website: http://gibill.va.gov
Armed Forces Tuition Assistance (TA) is paid to eligible members
of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Congress
has given each service the ability to pay up to 100% for the
tuition expenses of its members. Taft University qualifies for
the Department of Defense (DoD) Tuition Assistance (TA) program
and is listed in the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education
Support (DANTES) Catalog of Nationally & Regionally Accredited
Distance Learning Programs. Contact your base education office
or Education Services Officer (ESO) first for advice on program
MILITARY STUDENT FEE SCHEDULE
|Transfer Credit Evaluation Fee
|Portfolio Credit Evaluation Fee
|Registration Fee (Per Semester)
|Graduation Check/Diploma Fee
|Computer Library Fee (Per Semester)
|Transcript Fee (Two Provided at No
|Returned Check Fee
New Doctor of Education Program
Dr. Barry Resnick
announces the launch of a new Doctor of Education with a Concentration
in Educational Technology and Leadership.
New Value Investing Course
Taft University launches new MBA elective course focused
on Warren Buffett's principles of value investing.
14th Annual Roger Duthoy Scholarship Winner
William Howard Taft University is pleased to
announce the 14th Annual Roger J. Duthoy
Scholarship recipient, Stephanie McInerney.
Taft University Awards Honorary Doctorate
Denise M. Bender awarded Honorary Doctorate for outstanding
social contributions and public service to victims of domestic
Graduate Recognition Event
The Taft University System hosted a Graduate Recognition
Event honoring Graduates from both Taft University and Taft
Taft University is a DANTES (Defense
Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support) affiliated
school. DANTES is a Department of Defense organization created
to help service members pursue educational goals through non-traditional
means during active military duty.
Taft University is a consortium member of Servicemembers
Opportunity Colleges (SOC). Created in 1972, SOC works to
expand and improve voluntary postsecondary education opportunities
for servicemembers worldwide.