Admission Application Requirements for Military Students
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Julian King University is committed to providing Christ-centered education to veterans, dependents of active duty military and veterans, and to future leaders in the military.
As a Christ-centered institution, we will approve Veterans Educational Benefits provided by the Montgomery GI Bill, the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and Vocational Rehabilitation.
All of the traditional and on campus-based associate and bachelor programs available through our College of Undergraduate Studies will approve payment of Post-9/11 GI Bill education benefits. In most cases — provided you are receiving 100% of the benefit — the Post-9/11 GI Bill covers the full cost of tuition and fees.
Traditional undergraduate students who are taking classes on campus are eligible to participate in JKU Army and Air Force programs and receive scholarships. If you are interested in using your VA-GI Bill benefits, or the benefits of a parent or guardian in JKU’s College of Undergraduate Studies, please contact our Undergraduate Office of Admission.
Financial aid counselors and military benefits advisors receive extensive, on-going training, and are well equipped to assist students on the financial aid, tuition assistance, and other various military and VA benefits requirements.
Financial aid deadlines
The priority application deadline for financial aid and scholarship consideration is April 1 for the fall semester and November 1 for the spring semester. However, JKU will continue to accept applications after these deadlines until our enrollment capacity is reached.
JKU sets test scores and grade point averages as our minimum level of acceptance for traditional freshman admissions. Normally, the minimum requirements for admission are:
- 2.8 GPA;
- A strong spiritual recommendation; and
- Admission essay responses
Students who do not meet these minimum requirements are encouraged to apply and the University will consider their application under a committee review process which may include a personal interview. Factors such as essay content, recommendation content, and extracurricular activity all contribute to an individual admission decision.
How to apply for admission
- Complete your Application for Admission, including essays
- Application processing fee
- Request your Spiritual Recommendation from a Pastor, Youth Pastor, Youth Worker, or Spiritual Mentor. This form should be completed by someone outside your family who can speak to your Christian testimony and growth. After starting your application for admissions, click on the START link under Recommendation Requests. This will send the online recommendation form to your recommender.
- Submit your Official transcripts from your high school and any colleges you have attended. You may use our Institutional Transcript Request Form (PDF) for this purpose. If you are currently enrolled, please request a final transcript be mailed upon graduation or completion of coursework.
- Submit your Official test scores.
- If you are using the Post 9/11 GI Bill, please visit http://www.gibill.va.gov to apply for your benefits. If you are transferring your benefits to a dependent, please consult the Post 9/11 GI Bill Transferability Instructions (PDF) from the Department of Veteran Affairs.
- E-mail your certificate of eligibility (COE) to email@example.com.
- The Office of Admission reserves the right to request additional information as deemed necessary to make a selection decision. JKU will make an admission decision when all application materials are received. We will contact you within two weeks of your application submission to let you know our decision.
- It is important to apply for financial aid and student aid early by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon after October 1 as possible. You should also start searching for outside scholarships as early as possible. For more information on investing in your education at JKU, searching for scholarships, and applying for scholarships and financial aid, visit the financial aid website.
Send all transcripts, recommendations, test scores, and other correspondence to:
Juliana King University
Office of Admission
9896 Bissonnet Street. Suite 118
Houston, TX 77036
For frequently asked Post 9/11 GI Bill questions, consult the Department of Veterans Affairs website.
Your first step in applying to JKU is to Create an Account. The information from this secure account will automatically be entered on your online application, simplifying the process to complete the application.
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Former students and applicants
If you previously applied for admission to JKU or were enrolled in classes, please contact the Admission Office at 713-255-9000 to discuss the readmission process.
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