Princeton University welcomes applications from military service members, veterans and their families who are eligible for education benefits offered by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) or Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). As a community that proudly includes active duty service members, reservists, veterans, and their families in our graduate student body, Princeton is fully committed to the Principles of Excellence outlined in Executive Order 13607. Students may be eligible for a range of benefits to support graduate study at Princeton, including DoD Tuition Assistance, the Yellow Ribbon Program and the Post-9/11 GI Bill®. Prospective Students The Office of the Registrar facilitates the coordination of all enrollment services and serves as the university liaison to the DoD and VA for service members, veterans and their dependents. To learn more about how to use your education benefits while a student at Princeton, please reach out to Meghan Krause on the Graduate School Finance Team. Find guidance to help you prepare an application for admission and learn about the eligibility for application fee waivers. Eligible service members are directed to speak with their Educational Services Officer (ESO) or counselor within their military service prior to enrolling at Princeton. Service specific contact information can be found here: About (dantes.mil). Financial Shopping Sheet The University strives to offer transparency about costs and the aid available to meet those costs so that students can make informed decisions on financing their graduate degree. The Financial Shopping Sheet outlines expected financial obligations associated with graduate study at Princeton as well as support options available to you. Leave Policy Service members and reservists whose program of study may be interrupted due to a service commitment are eligible to request a Leave of Absence. Further information on the Graduate School policy for Leave and Return from Leave is available here: Leave of Absence | Graduate School (princeton.edu). DoD Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Compliance and Planning for Use of Tuition Assistance (TA) Princeton University is pleased to participate in a Voluntary Education Partnership with the DoD. In accordance with the DoD MOU, Graduate School staff members will not provide any bonus, commission, or other incentive payment directly or indirectly on securing enrollments or federal financial aid (including TA funds) to any persons or entities engaged in any student recruiting, admission activities or decisions. Furthermore, staff will not engage in high-pressure recruitment tactics for the purpose of securing the enrollment of service members. The Graduate School staff is prepared to advise on the following: Connecting students with appropriate university and academic department resources including academic counseling, financial aid counseling, job search support, or other student support services as outlined here: Financial Shopping Sheet | Graduate School (princeton.edu) Assisting prospective and current students in the application, registration and enrollment process for admission and progression toward degree completion.