Military & Veteran Students

1. Complete Your Application

The first step is completing our FREE application for admission.
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2. Send in Transcripts

Submit official transcripts and test scores
  • High school transcripts
  • College transcripts from all colleges attended
  • ACT/SAT scores (if student has less than 27 earned college credits)
    • ACT Code: 2484
    • SAT Code: 6984

Official transcripts and test scores may be sent to the following address:

​York University
attn: Admissions Office
1125 E. 8th Street
York, NE 68467

3. Acceptance

To be accepted unconditionally, student must meet two of the three requirements:

  • ​Minimum of a 2.0 GPA (unweighted)
  • Minimum ACT score of 18 (or SAT equivalent)
    • Sub-scores in Math and English below requirement may require assigned level courses 

Note: Homeschoolers and those taking the GED must take the ACT or SAT to be considered for acceptance. Passing the GED equals a 2.0 GPA. To be accepted unconditionally, homeschoolers and those taking the GED must meet both GPA and ACT/SAT requirements.


4. Complete the Following

Complete the paperwork required in order to receive educational benefits. 

  • ​DD214 - Honorable discharge documents
  • VA-221990 - Documents for approval of educational benefits
    • A copy of the document sent back to you from the VA verifying that the VA-221990 was completed must be in your file for the Admissions Office, Registrar, and Financial Aid Office.
  • VA-221990E - Documents for transfer of educational benefits funds to spouse or child
    • Only one person can be the recipient of education benefits, not both spouse and child.
  • FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
    • Students are encouraged to fill out the FAFSA as they may qualify for federal aid as well as VA educational benefits.
    • York University's FAFSA Code: 002567

Note: Students must declare a major when filling out documents for educational benefits to be granted. 

Before Registrar can submit information for educational benefits, you must:

  • Apply and be accepted (See above)
  • Declare a major
  • Be pre-enrolled in classes and have a copy of class schedule
  • Fill out proper documents with VA for educational benefits
  • Receive documents verifying that VA-221990 has been completed. 

Note: Educational benefits may take several months to be cleared by the VA to York University so that they can be distributed to the student's account. 

Questions? Please contact Dr. Michael Case, York University's Veteran's Liaison, at 402-363-5647 or