Southeastern is committed to honoring the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. In an effort to show our appreciation, we offer a significant tuition discount to qualified active-duty members and veterans.
|Degree Program||Standard Tuition Rate*||Military Rate*|
|Master of Theology||$541||$270|
|Doctor of Ministry||$481||$330|
|Doctor of Phil/Edu||$717||$357|
|*cost per credit hour||*cost per credit hour|
Who is Eligible & How to Apply
To qualify for the discount, a student must be an active-duty, honorably-discharged, or other than dishonorably-discharged veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. SEBTS military students receiving the Southern Baptist discount are not eligible. Spouses and dependents are also ineligible.To begin the process of activating your military discount, please:
Office of Military Affairs
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
PO Box 1889
Wake Forest, NC 27588-1889
Please note: Due to government regulations we are unable to accept Military Identification cards for verification of military service.
Do you have a question about Southeastern, or would you like more information about our degree programs, professors, or campus life? Call us at 1-800-284-6317 or e-mail email@example.com.
Other Military Benefits
In addition to the military discount, Southeastern also gladly accepts the GI Bill and other VA financial assistance programs. For further details, please review the summaries below and visit our other Veterans Benefits page.
Chapter 33 (Post 9/11) is for individuals who served after September 10, 2001 as an active-duty member of the Armed Forces, or as a result of a call or order to active duty from a reserve component for a minimum of 90-days. Individuals who are eligible under Chapter 33 are generally entitled to 36-months of educational assistance. Students may qualify for assistance housing costs, tuition, and books.
Chapter 30 (Montgomery) benefits generally apply to Veterans who began active-duty service for the first time after June 30, 1985, had their pay reduced $100 a month for 12 months, and received an honorable discharge. Students may qualify for assistance with tuition and fees.
Chapter 35 (Survivors/Dependents Education Assistance) is assistance paid to dependents of Veterans who have a service-connected permanent and total disability or is deceased as a result of service connection. Children (ages 18-26) and spouses may qualify for assistance with tuition and fees assistance.
Chapter 1606 (Montgomery Bill: Selected Reserve) is an educational program for members who are actively participating in the Selected Reserve. The Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security (Coast Guard) determine who is eligible. Basic eligibility requires a 6-year obligation to serve in the Selected Reserve and satisfactory participation in required Selected Reserve training. Veterans may qualify for assistance with tuition and fees.
Chapter 1607 (Montgomery Bill: Reserve Educational Assistance Program/REAP) is an educational program for active members of the Selected Reserve called to active-duty as well as members of the Individual Ready Reserve called to active-duty in support of a contingency operation or a national emergency declared by the President or Congress. Veterans may qualify for assistance with tuition and fees.
Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehabilitation) is for veterans with service-connected disabilities. A veteran may qualify for services if he or she: received/will receive a discharge that is other than dishonorable, has a service-connected disability rating of at least 10%, or a memorandum rating of 20% from the VA, and applies for Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment. Recipients may qualify for assistance with housing costs, tuition, and fees.
To apply for general VA benefits, please visit this page. To find out more about eligible benefits, please visit this page. For specific details and qualifications of benefits, refer to www.benefits.va.gov, or contact Southeastern’s Military Affairs Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org / 919.761.2363).