Partnership with NMFA Offers Education Benefits to Military Spouses

| February 15, 2015
NMFA signing

Webster Provost Julian Schuster, NMFA Executive Director Joyce Raezer, Webster President Beth Stroble and head of Office of Military Affairs Brig. Gen. Mike Callan (ret.).

NMFA signing

The partnership with NMFA formalizes support for the educational pursuits of military families.

Webster University offers its most preferred military tuition rates for military spouses at both in-classroom and online courses and degree programs through a partnership with National Military Family Association.

The partnership was announced in January along with a similar collaboration with the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation that benefits students whose parents were lost in the line of duty.

“We are pleased to partner with the NMFA, as our institutions’ missions each aim to make education more accessible and affordable to our military families as they pursue their educational goals,” said Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble, at a formal signing ceremony held Feb. 10 with Joyce Raezer, NMFA executive director.

NMFA, founded in 1969, is the leading non-profit organization focusing on issues important to military families. They oversee several programs, one of which is to offer scholarships and form educational partnerships with elite universities like Webster University that allow military spouses to receive a high quality education at our most preferred tuition rate.

Learn more about the military spouse program at Webster’s Office of Military Affairs page.

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