Military Advantage Scholarship

Globe University/Minnesota School of Business offers a military advantage scholarship for qualified military personnel who are registered at part-time or more, 6 credits in an undergraduate program or 3 credits in a Master’s program, and making satisfactory academic progress. If an undergraduate student falls below the credit requirement, the awarded will be forfeited at that time.
This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with or in addition to any other military scholarship the institution offers. Scholarship is effective the date the application is completed and is not retroactive. The Military Advantage Scholarship supplements any additional military education benefits (i.e.,GI Bill®/College Fund) as well as other grants and loan programs available to students. The award will be applied as a credit to tuition on the receiving students account.

Award Amount: 10% off tuition

U.S. military personnel in the following classifications* are eligible for the Military Advantage Scholarship each quarter:

  • Veterans honorably discharged
  • Active Duty and Active Reserve/National Guard
  • Spouse/dependents of spouse/domestic partner or dependents of veterans

*Documentation with DD214 is required for veterans unless they are currently receiving funds from a Federal Veterans Education Program with the school. These programs include, Chapter 33-Post 9/11 Bill, Chapter 30-Montogmery GI-Bill®, Chapter 31- Vocational Rehabilitation, 1606-REAP, 1607-Selected Reserve, VEAP, and Federal Tuition Assistance. Spouse/domestic partner or dependents must provide copy of military ID card for active duty, reserve and National Guard, dependent ID card, marriage license, birth certificate or federal tax form to show proof of dependent status.

Applications are available at or

The academic services department will evaluate credit for military education or occupational courses taken while in the military for credit applied toward a GU/MSB program. The evaluation will follow recommendations from the American Council on Education (ACE) on transferring college credit for military training and occupational experience.