William & Mary Proudly Welcomes Active Duty Students & Veterans

Located in Williamsburg, Virginia, William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business is at the heart of one of the most military-dense regions in the United States. Because of this, we are uniquely positioned to understand and support the invaluable contributions that active duty service members and military veterans can make to our university community. That's why we strive to offer programs that are conveniently accessible online, along with a host of additional accommodations to support the educational goals of our servicemen and women in all branches of our military.

A Community for All Military Branches

Our on-ground programs include students from the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines and National Guard. Moreover, our Online MBA and Online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) programs are uniquely tailored to meet the needs of our military and veteran students.

Military Friendly Top 10 School '20-21 Gold

We have been designated a Military Friendly School by Military Friendly®.1 This designation demonstrates our deep commitment to our nation’s active duty service members and military veterans, and it places us in the top 15 percent of all schools nationwide as ranked by G.I. Jobs Magazine. We believe that supporting veterans in their pursuit of education not only betters their own lives—it also betters the nation, helping us to prosper for generations to come.

We Are a Yellow Ribbon School

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The Yellow Ribbon program is designed to close the gap between the cost of your program and the in-state tuition rate covered by the GI Bill. You may be eligible for the Yellow Ribbon program if you are an out-of-state student who also qualifies 100 percent through the Post-9/11 GI Bill.

Additionally, active duty service members and veterans who are accepted into and enroll in our Online MBA program may be eligible for the Kyle J. Milliken Memorial Scholarship.

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20 Sep
Getting an MBA is an achievement that can lead to great things for your career, but mastering the material and finishing assignments requires both hard work and time. But exactly how long it takes to get an MBA depends on a number of factors. Read more here.
16 Sep
Ahh, the MBA: the gold-standard credential of business expertise, offering the promise of better jobs, higher salaries and enviable careers. It holds such appeal that, according to Poets&Quants, an increasing number of graduate students are choosing to pursue the degree online “because they don’t have to give up their jobs and lose their income” while adding this feather to their caps.
31 Aug
What’s the best way to move ahead and continue getting ahead? While some people might quickly choose to pursue an MBA, there are many strong, professionally beneficial reasons to earn a specialized finance degree, instead.
25 Aug
William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is launching an Online Master of Accounting (MAcc) program.
02 Aug
As a graduate student, you’re going to be fielding a lot of advice. It starts before you enter the program—with application tips and strategies for how to craft the perfect essay—and it carries right on through to graduation. Graduate school interview preparation, in particular, is a topic prospective students sh...
02 Aug
Once you've completed your admissions essay for the Online MSBA, take some time to explore the technical skills and business acumen you'll build in preparation for your future as a data scientist, storyteller and strategist.
02 Aug
Sometimes the hardest thing an emerging and even established business professional can do is sell themselves. Whether the struggle stems from humility or self-doubt, nothing embodies this challenge greater than the resume, that one-page summary of your years of life lessons and work experience. Be...
22 Jul
Graduating from a master’s program is always an impressive and praise-worthy feat. But the class of 2022 reached a particularly momentous milestone as their numbers included the 500th recipient of an MSBA degree from William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
08 Mar
Meet Ted Hallum, MSBA ’20. This U.S. Army veteran and Senior Defense Machine Learning Engineer for Octo Consulting Group hosts The Data Canteen—a podcast that grew out of the Veterans in Data Science & Machine Learning (VDSML) community, which he founded.
07 Mar
Meet Cherise M. Newsome, MBA ‘23 Candidate. Named one of the “Top Forty Under 40” by the Virginia Pilot in October 2021, she’s Vice President for Communications and Marketing at Hampton Roads Community Foundation.
12 Jan
In recent years, business schools have seen increased interest in specialized master’s degree programs, even as applications and enrollments in full-time MBA programs have declined somewhat. One of the four most popular business master’s degrees offered today by business schools attempting to meet this shifting demand is a master’s in marketing.
29 Dec
You’ve made up your mind: To launch yourself on the path to a fulfilling career in one of the most dynamic and creatively invigorating areas of the business landscape, you’ve decided that you’re going to pursue a master of science in marketing. Congratulations!

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  1. Retrieved on August 15, 2018, from militaryfriendly.com/schools/college-of-william-mary/
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