National American University Celebrates National Military Appreciation Month


Although most Americans are aware of Memorial Day and its importance in honoring men and women who died serving our country, did you know that the entire month of May is National Military Appreciation Month? National Military Appreciation Month was created to educate and create social awareness of the multi-faceted impact the military has had in preserving our way of life. It gives the community the opportunity to connect with our armed servicemen and servicewomen and their spouses to show patriotism and learn more about the history of our military. May is filled with a number of events to celebrate National Military Appreciation Month, culminating with Memorial Day, which takes place on the last Monday of the month. The month begins with Loyalty Day on May 1st. Americans are encouraged on this day to display their flag or say the Pledge of Allegiance to reaffirm their loyalty to America. This is followed by VE Day and Military Spouse Appreciation Day on the 8th, Armed Forces Day on the 16th, and, finally, Memorial Day on the 25th this year. At National American University, we understand and appreciate the hard work, dedication, and sacrifice our servicemen and servicewomen have displayed. A major reason why National American University was founded was to help veterans coming back from World War II and the Korean War get acclimated to civilian life again with the education and tools to succeed.  We are happy to say that this tradition of providing an education to our veterans and their spouses is as strong as ever. How Does National American University Help Our Veterans and Their Families Succeed?

  • All unexpired United States Uniformed Services ID card carriers are eligible for the military tuition rate with no charge for instructional or technology fees. This includes all active military service members, including National Guard and Reserve, spouses, dependents, and retired veterans.
  •  Veterans with verification of a DD-214 honorable discharge enrolled in the AU-ABC B.S. of Management degree are eligible for the veteran tuition rate. All additional fees are covered by the student.
  • Supportive staff and faculty, many of whom have served in military themselves
  • Flexible degree programs
  • Easy transfer options
  • Online classes in today’s hottest fields. You could earn an online IT degree, or a degree in healthcare management, among many others.

National American University has been named a military-friendly school by the GI Bill and one of Advanced Education’s Top Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities. We are also part of the Yellow Ribbon Program.  As we celebrate National Military Appreciation Month, we encourage active duty servicemen and servicewomen and their families, as well as veterans who want the opportunity to get an education or start a new career, to contact us today. We are proud to serve you as you embark on your next mission in life, and thank you for your service to all of us.


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NAU students receiving transfer or experiential learning credit
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