The Office of Admission is committed to assisting veterans through the application and admission process. Saint Xavier University operates on rolling admission (no deadlines except for nursing applicants) for undergraduate program for the spring (January), fall (August), and summer (June) semesters. Deadlines and start terms for graduate students vary per academic program.
For details regarding undergraduate admission, contact Debbie Barkowski, Assistant Director for Freshman Admission and Veteran Recruitment, at 773-298-3061 or email@example.com.
Undergraduate Veteran Student Express Application Process
- Apply online to Saint Xavier University. There is no application fee.
- The essay requirement is waived for veteran students for all majors except nursing. Individuals applying to nursing must submit a one-page essay describing their reasons for pursuing nursing. To receive the essay wavier, please enter "United States Veteran" in the essay section of the application.
- Submit transcripts for all colleges attended and military credits (through the American Counselor of Education) to the Office of Admission. Students with fewer than 30 college credit hours completed must submit final high school transcripts.
- Veteran applicants are not required to submit standardized test scores such as ACT or SAT for admission.
For information regarding veteran education benefits and the Yellow Ribbon Program, visit the GI Bill website. From here, students can apply for benefits by completing the Veterans Online Application (VONAPP).
Graduate Veteran Student Express Admission Application Process
Saint Xavier University offers graduate programs through the School of Education, School of Nursing, Graham School of Management and the College of Arts and Sciences. Due to the number of graduate programs available, admission procedures for each program may vary.
Please contact Kelly Fox, veteran graduate admission counselor, at 773-298-3057 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on the express application process for graduate veteran students based on the program of your choice.