Yellow Ribbon Program Schools in Maine

The Post 9/11 GI Bill covers 100% of in-state tuition and fees for a public college or university (undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral). For veterans attending a private college or university, the Post 9/11 GI Bill may not cover the total cost of tuition and fees. The Yellow Ribbon Program can offset this additional cost if the school chooses to participate in the program.

Participating Yellow Ribbon schools in Maine for the 2011-2012 school year follow:

College Location Division / School # Students Contribution (per student / year)
Bates College Lewiston Undergraduate 10 $12,300
Bowdoin College Brunswick Undergraduate Unlimited $12,658
Central Maine Community College Auburn Undergradaute 10 $1,000
Colby College Waterville Undergraduate 8 $12,000
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Brunswick All 7,000 $99,999
Husson University Bangor All 10 $2,000
Landing School of Boatbuilding & Design Kennebunkport Undergraduate 3 $1,000
St. Joseph's College Standish Undergraduate 10 $7,500
Thomas College Waterville All Unlimited $5,500
University of Maine Augusta Undergraduate 50 $4,000
University of Maine Farmington Undergraduate, Graduate Unlimited $4,000
University of Maine Ft. Kent Undergraduate Unlimited $2,000
University of Maine Machias Undergraduate 100 $2,000
University of Maine Orono Undergraduate 16 $6,000
University of Maine Orono Graduate 3 $2,000
University of Maine Orono Doctoral 1 $2,000
University of Maine School of Law Portland Doctoral (School of Law) 5 $2,000
University of New England Biddeford Undergraduate 10 $5,000
University of New England Biddeford Graduate 10 $3,000
University of New England Biddeford Doctoral 10 $5,000
University of Southern Maine Gorham Undergraduate 35 $6,500
University of Southern Maine Gorham Graduate 5 $500

Article Last Modified: September 6, 2011

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