Has JWU signed the Department of Defense (DoD) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)?
JWU is proud to have signed the DoD MOU and is committed to supporting our nation's servicemembers, veterans, and military dependents as they pursue their college education with JWU. Click here to download a copy of the signed DoD MOU.
Does JWU subscribe to and support Executive Order 13607 – Establishing Principles of Excellence?
Yes, as part of the DoD MOU, JWU fully supports the eight principles of excellence established by EO 13607.
Is JWU able to receive GI Bill educational benefits?
JWU is fully vetted by the VA to receive payment of GI Bill benefits for eligible students seeking to fund their education with their GI Bill. Our trained Certifying Officials will assist you with certifying your benefits and answering your GI Bill related questions. Click here for a listing of our campus VA Certifying Officials.
Is JWU able to receive MyCAA tuition assistance funds?
JWU is fully vetted to receive MyCAA educational benefits to assist military spouses earn relevant, career-focused degree programs. MyCAA.
Does JWU have a lower tuition rate for servicemembers?
Yes, in order to support our servicemembers currently serving on active duty, in the National Guard, or as part of the Reserves, JWU has lowered its tuition rates. The tuition rate for servicemembers pursuing their undergraduate education is $750 per 4.5 quarter hour course ($166.67 per quarter hour). For servicembers pursuing their graduate education, the tuition rate is $1,337 per 4.5 quarter hour course ($297.11 per quarter hour).
Does JWU accept for transfer credits reflected on the Joint Services Transcript, or other military related documents?
Yes, as a leader in the field of experiential learning, JWU is honored to accept relevant military training and experience credit recommendations reflected on the JST, CGI, or CCAF transcripts. The relevant credits for your military training and experience will be transferred directly into the degree program you are pursuing, which will allow you to complete your degree quicker.
What type of accreditation does JWU have?
JWU is fully accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), including its online programs. NEASC is a regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
Is my online degree the same as a degree offered on campus?
Yes, you receive the same degree you would receive if you attended classes on campus. Your transcript will not reflect that the degree program was completed online. JWU is fully accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), including its online programs.