CPS is built to meet the needs of our adult students and offers a wide range of bachelor’s degree programs, credit-bearing certificates and professional education (non-credit) programs. Whether you’re active duty, reserves, retired military or a military family member, CPS has an online, on-campus, or hybrid program to meet your needs. Our knowledgeable admissions team is available to guide students through the application and enrollment process. 



Flexible + Accelerated

At CPS, we offer programs that fit any lifestyle and enable you to balance your education goals with life commitments.


Tailored to You

In collaboration with the Office of Veterans and Military Service Members at Villanova, CPS has resources dedicated to making sure our military students succeed.


Immediate Impact

Increase your knowledge and career skills to enhance your resume and open doors to your future. Utilize the Villanova alumni network to help you get there.

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.
  • 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. In addition, Villanova participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
  • Currently serving military, veterans and their spouses are eligible to receive a 15% discount on CPS Professional Education (non-credit) courses and programs.
  • Currently serving military and veterans are eligible to receive a 15% discount on Associate & Bachelors degrees as well as Credit Bearing Certificate programs through CPS.

The Yellow Ribbon Program 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®. To be considered, qualifying students must:

  • Be eligible for the maximum benefit rate under the Post9/11 GI Bill®
  • Not be serving on active duty or as a spouse of an active duty member utilizing the transferred entitlement
  • Be accepted into or already enrolled in a degree program at Villanova University
  • Submit a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility (COE) to Villanova University’s School Certifying Official.

Visit for the full details of Villanova’s Yellow Ribbon Program.

Student Spotlights

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John Weinberger '22

Navy Vet Answered the Door When Opportunity Knocked

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Andrew Molnar

Applied Project Management Program Helps Veteran Transition Into Civilian Career

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Chad Allen '22

After 11 Years of Service, This Marine Has His Sights Set on a Bachelor’s Degree

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William Keller: Student | Entrepreneur | Veteran | Dog Lover

Meet Michael Brown

US Army Veteran
Director, Office of Veterans and Military Service Members
Prince Family Veterans Resource Center, Vasey Hall G-03
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.

Robert Brickhouse

After leaving Villanova as a teenager in 1992, Robert was determined to return. In 2022, he left Villanova with his degree.

Madison DeWispelaere

Early in her career, Madison was ready for a new challenge. Her time at CPS prepared her for a leadership role.

Shelby Meyers

Inspired by passion for healthcare advocacy, Shelby used what she learned at CPS to change careers and make an impact.

Our Students

Their pursuit is inspiration. Because here at Villanova, we know that where you've been is just the beginning.