Amy Henderson, M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies alum, was named lead gerontologist at the National College of Natural Medicine's new Age Wise Institute in March 2016.
Marylhurst University is proud to support our veterans.
We thank you for your service to our country and are pleased to welcome you as a valued member of our learning community.
From our Prior Learning Assessment program which enables students to earn credit for college-level learning done through work, life or military experience, to our acceptance of CLEP, DANTES and ACE approved credits, you can be sure that your previous learning will not go unrecognized.
As a part of our appreciation, we extend a Military Service Scholarship to all students who are currently serving on active duty, who have been honorably discharged from active duty in any branch of the United States Armed Forces, or are National Guard and Reserve personnel who have been federally mobilized for more than 30 days for purposes other than training.
Additionally, as a veteran you may be entitled to educational benefits from the Veterans Administration. Marylhurst University is state-approved to train veterans, and the majority of our programs are approved by the VA.
We hope to make your transition to school a smooth one, so we have put together a set of resources to help you as you begin your academic journey at Marylhurst.
From learning about your VA benefits to applying to college, this is your step-by-step guide on getting started at Marylhurst University.
Find out more about the degree and certificate programs offered at Marylhurst University.
There are many resources available to support you in your pursuit of education. From independent scholarships to requesting military transcripts, here is additional information to assist you.