The Middlebury Institute offers full on-site tuition coverage for qualifying veterans through the Post-9/11 GI Bill® and the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Transform your military service into a civilian career through one of our internationally focused graduate degree programs, which includes several joint BA/MA programs.
Yellow Ribbon Program
To assist veterans with their educational goals, we participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which guarantees full tuition benefits for up to 75 eligible veterans each academic year. We offer preferential consideration for merit and need-based scholarships to veterans who are not eligible for V.A. benefits.
If you are not active duty, are 100 percent eligible for Ch. 33 Post-9/11 V.A. benefits, and have remaining eligibility for these benefits, you may be eligible for Yellow Ribbon benefits.
If you are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program, please contact one of our financial aid counselors as soon as you’re admitted, as we make awards based on a first-come, first-served basis.
Associate Professor of Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Philipp Bleek presented on “Drones and CBRN Terrorism Threats and Responses” as the closing speaker for the June 3-4 “Countering Drones 2020” conference, organized by Defense iQ.
Lieutenant Colonel James P. Harwell, the Middlebury Institute’s Sixth Army War College Fellow, receives prestigious Commandant’s Award for his research on “Breaking the Northeast Asia Proliferation Chain: Insecurity, Identity, and Nationalism.”