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We take pride in our veterans and value their contributions to the program’s fabric.

The Broad Full-Time MBA program can help you apply your military experience to a civilian career, maximizing your investment in yourself and preparing you for future challenges. We encourage you to reach out to some of our current students sharing why they chose Broad to make the leap from the military to the civilian business world.

Financial Benefits

GI Bill® Benefits

Veterans eligible for Ch. 33 entitlements should review this MBA Ch. 33 Guide before matriculating at Broad to ensure you properly receive your benefits. Navigating the GI Bill® benefits process can be confusing. Please feel free to contact one of our current students for help with this process.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at

Yellow Ribbon Program

Michigan State University proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Combined with your Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits, this program allows eligible veterans to earn their MBA effectively free of tuition.

Broad Scholarships

In addition to the financial benefits you have earned as a veteran, you will be eligible for financial assistance through the Broad MBA program. Once admitted, the admissions staff automatically evaluates your application for additional financial incentives, which are awarded on a competitive basis.

Other Benefits

  • Out-of-state veterans who do not qualify for any military benefits will be charged in-state tuition for the 2021–2022 academic year
  • Free one-night lodging at the East Lansing Marriott when you register to do an individual on-campus visit
  • Additional travel scholarship to attend MBA 360 and, if admitted, the Admitted Student Program

Contact a Veteran

As a military veteran interested in pursuing an MBA, we understand that there are many factors that influence your decision of whether and where to attend business school.  One critical factor in your search is fit within a program’s culture. There are few better ways to evaluate that fit than by talking with a current student. Please reach out to any of our vets listed below with any questions you may have regarding the Broad MBA program. All our vets were recently in your shoes and would be glad to discuss your options and their experiences at Broad. They can also match you with another student veteran representing your branch of service or experiences. Once you matriculate at Michigan State, you will also be added to the Broad Military Alumni Network. This is a terrific resource for networking with fellow Spartans who share your experiences as you begin your internship search.

Vets Available to Contact

Frank Martinez Headshot Class of 2021

Frank Martinez

  • U.S. Air Force
    Class of 2021
Nicholas Michalisko Headshot class of 2021

Nick Michalisko

  • U.S. Army
    Class of 2021
Noah Radtke Headshot Class of 2021

Noah Radtke

  • U.S. Air Force
    Class of 2021
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Aaron Engwis

  • U.S. Marine Corps
    Class of 2021
savannah spencer headshot

Savannah Spencer

  • U.S. Army
    Class of 2021
travis jaenicke headshot

Travis Jaenicke

  • U.S. Marine Corps
    Class of 2022
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Jordan Marks

  • U.S. Army
    Class of 2022