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Military Veterans

Join a community that values your military experience

Meet Members of our Military Veterans Community

Evelyn Z. Greg V.
"I realized that I needed to be in NYU Stern's world-famous entertainment media specialization..." read more "Stern's finance pedigree, unrivaled location, and military-friendly environment position it as an exceptional launch-pad for military veterans..." read more

Military Veterans Club (MVC)

The Military Veterans Club (MVC) provides networking opportunities to military veterans and exposes other students to military-style leadership. Club event highlights include:
  • Career panels for first-year MBA students
  • A speaker series featuring prominent military veteran business leaders
  • A charity fund-raising event for injured veterans at the New York Mercantile Exchange
  • An international skills workshop for students who served in foreign militaries

Scholarships and Financial Assistance for U.S. Military Candidates

We are pleased to offer scholarships and financial assistance to incoming MBA students with a U.S. military background.
  • The Military Veterans Scholarship is awarded to exceptional candidates and covers full tuition and fees for two years of study in the Full-time MBA program
  • NYU Stern is pleased to participate in the Yellow Ribbon program for veterans who are 100% eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill
  • View more information on these on our resources for military veterans page

Request a Military Application Fee Refund

U.S. military members and U.S. military veterans who have served on active duty are eligible for an application refund. Email your request for a fee refund to admchair@stern.nyu.edu and include documentation of service.


  • Stern Military Summit
    Each fall, NYU Stern hosts a day long admissions event for active duty and military veteran prospective students. Please check back for 2015 event details.

Recognition of the Stern Military Community

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US Army Veteran Augusto Giacoman (MBA '11) co-founded Service to School, a nonprofit that provides mentoring to veterans who are transitioning out of the military and pursuing undergraduate and graduate-level programs.

Stern Student Lindsey Melki featured on ABC's Standing Up for Heroes program
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Tales in Possible: read about recent alum Michael Petit, and how he found a sense of purpose in Stern's military veterans community