You’ve got the drive and the discipline—now it’s time to earn your CIA degree!
Veteran students have been an important part of the CIA. In 1946, our college was founded with the express purpose of preparing returning World War II veterans for a career in the culinary arts. Today, veterans from all branches of the military enrich our student body and bring much-valued diversity and life experience to campus.
We’ve again been named to the prestigious list of Military Friendly® Schools! This designation signals that CIA is one of a select few colleges setting the standard for higher education institutions to provide the best opportunities for veterans and their spouses.
Leaving the military and moving into a new career can be a challenge. That’s why the CIA is ready to provide you and your family with the tools and support to accomplish your goals.
Our commitment to veterans includes:
These are among the many reasons the CIA has been named a Military Friendly® School by G.I. Jobs each year. The college is also proud to be a DoD MOU signed institution.
Your sacrifice and commitment to protecting our freedoms has earned you special benefits, including financial assistance that includes:
With our year-round entry dates, you can start your CIA education whenever the time is right for you. Apply now!
To learn more about CIA veterans education benefits, contact Assistant Director of Admissions Susan Lavender at 845-451-1557 or Susan.Lavender@culinary.edu.