Pursue Your Career Goals with an Undergraduate or Graduate Degree Program in Engineering

In addition to a full-time, on campus undergraduate program, Villanova’s College of Engineering offers flexible, online, on-campus and hybrid graduate programs across nine different master’s degrees and more than 15 certificate programs. Whether you’re active duty, reserves, retired military or a military family member, we look forward to helping you reach your goals!

How Villanova supports veterans and military connected students:

  • The Office of Veterans and Military Service Members guides each individual from admissions to graduation, and beyond.
  • Villanova participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which offers participating students additional funding towards the cost of tuition and fees that exceed the tuition and fee amounts payable under the Post-9/11 GI Bill®.
  • Villanova has partnered with Service to School’s (S2S) VetLink Program, which provides free application counseling, peer-to-peer guidance and networking support to all U.S. military service members and veterans at no cost to the applicant.
  • Military affinity groups and campus events tailored to the military community make the Villanova student experience personal and relatable for our service members.
  • The Villanova University Career Center offers specialized career support to assist veterans in identifying transferrable skill sets that align with future career aspirations and goals.
  • Villanova delivers a high-quality education that's affordable by providing students with financial assistance, which may include a combination of grants, scholarships and loans.

Villanova University Announces Creation of
Veterans Resource Center

Supported by a gift from Brian F. Prince, the Prince Family Veterans Resource Center will provide the University with a physical space to support veterans, service members and dependents throughout their academic journeys at Villanova. In addition to housing Villanova’s Office of Veterans and Military Service Members, the resource center will serve as a student common area for studying and networking, a designated location for hosting veteran-focused programming and a place for student veterans to congregate and build community. The new space is expected to be open in fall 2021. More

Meet Michael Brown

US Army Veteran
Director, Office of Veterans and Military Service Members
Kennedy Hall 205
Contact by email
Phone: 610-519-4448


As the Director of the Office of Veterans and Military Service Members at Villanova, Mike Brown oversees the efforts of growing programs, opportunities, and community across the university, including students and alumni. 

A US Army Veteran, Mike served for 4 years on active duty and deployed to Bosnia with the 1st Armored Division. Upon his discharge, he attended Northern Michigan University, receiving a degree in Political Science and Applied Ethics.

Mike has vast knowledge and insight with the military community and takes great pleasure in supporting students throughout their educational experience at Villanova.  He is always available to meet and help them with academic and career advice, navigating benefit information, and connecting them with Veteran affinity groups and relevant resources.