The Ohio GI Promise seeks to make Ohio the most veteran-friendly state in the country for higher education. To encourage veterans from across America to bring their families, leadership, motivation and maturity to Ohio’s colleges and universities, qualified veterans, active duty, guard, reserve and their dependents are able to skip the 12-month residency requirement and attend University System of Ohio schools at in-state tuition rates.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides qualified veterans with educational financing assistance. Veterans with 36 months total active service are qualified to receive 100% assistance for public, in-state tuition and fees for a period of 36 months. The Post-9/11 GI Bill also provides a monthly housing allowance and a yearly books and supplies stipend.
Qualified veterans who have exhausted their GI Bill benefits may be eligible for scholarship assistance from Toledo Law. Please contact the Law Admissions Office for additional information.
JAG offices from many branches of the United States armed forces maintain a relationship with Toledo Law by conducting on-campus interviews, offering informational sessions, or recruiting former students. Additionally, many government agencies give preferential treatment to veterans in their hiring processes. In fact, several Toledo Law alums and faculty are current or former officers of the JAG Corps or civil servants. Visit Law Office of Professional Development to tap into this network and learn how you can pursue a career in military law or the public sector.
We invite you to contact a member of our Military Service Center for any questions you might have about benefits for veterans at The University of Toledo.
The University of Toledo
Military Service Center
2801 West Bancroft
Mail Stop #343
Toledo, OH 43606
Center Hours: M-F, 0830-1700
Center Location: Rocket Hall 1529
Fax Number: 419.530.1625
VA Certifying Official