The amount of payment is governed by the student’s eligibility established by the VA. The 2018-2019 annual tuition cap set by the VA for private schools is $23,671.94, effective August 1, 2018. The student is responsible for the remaining tuition.
Through the Post-9/11 GI Bill®, Veterans Affairs will pay a percentage of a student's net cost for tuition and fees (after the application of any scholarship, aid, remission, or assistance) to Carey Business School, and makes housing and other payments directly to students.
Yellow Ribbon Benefits
The Carey Business School participates in the Yellow Ribbon program. For the 2018-2019 academic year, we support 25 graduate scholarships. Graduates receive up to $5,000 with the VA match of up to $5,000. The Yellow Ribbon contribution amount is expected to increase in the 2019-2020 academic year to up to $10,000 with the VA match of up to $10,000. Learn more.
Please visit the JHU-wide VA website for a comprehensive list of external military scholarships, grants, and loans.
For benefit-specific questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with a team member.
When I sat in classes at top 10 programs while looking at schools, I was underwhelmed by the quality of conversation that was occurring. I didn’t feel that way at Carey.”Doug Ferriera | Global MBA | United States Marines