Helping veterans, military members, and military spouses earn degrees.
Heading back to school can be overwhelming. A college advisor can help you explore university options and navigate the GI Bill benefits process.
Transitioning from the military can be a big step. With Guild, you can access free college advising and find degree programs that help you grow your career.
Online and on-demand with flexible programs and courses that fit your busy schedule.
Our Nonprofit Education Providers
Guild works with nonprofit, accredited learning providers to offer you a quality education at an affordable cost.
Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity
Learn how to deal with modern cybersecurity threats and opportunities.
Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership
Continue to develop the skills needed to be an innovative, effective leader.
Bachelor of Science in Project Management
Expand your ability to manage people and projects across a wide range of business environments.
An advisor can answer any questions you may have.
Frequently Asked Questions
- A path to finish your degree or take graduate courses, at little to no cost
- A personal student adviser to help you navigate programs and offerings
- Online classes that allow you to work at your own pace
- Relevant classes and programs designed to help you advance in your career
- Credit recognition for past college credits and military training
- Veterans may be able to cover up to 100% of their undergraduate tuition through a variety of sources based on their status. These sources include tuition assistance and veteran’s education benefits. Our university partners also offer discounts to Guild students and to members of the military who qualify.
- Thanks to discounts from our partners, most of the classes and degree programs at Guild are between $250 to $350 per credit. That means $3,000 to $3,500 per semester for undergraduate degrees, which is much lower than the national average. If you're not yet ready for a degree program, other semester-long classes and programs cost between $675 and $2,450. Graduate degrees are shorter (one to two years on average), but graduate classes cost more at $450 to $550 per credit.
- Remember—those who have served often pay little to no tuition.