MOON TWP. — A new partnership between Robert Morris University and the SEAL Future Fund will give active duty and veteran SEALs the opportunity to earn a degree at the university.
The SEAL Future Fund offers scholarships to bridge the funding gap between military education benefits and full tuition. SEALs who are looking to transition to civilian life could attend Robert Morris through the partnership.
“RMU’s partnership with the SEAL Future Fund is an important component of our vision for Pittsburgh to become the preferred destination for Navy SEALs and other military personnel to transition to civilian life,” said Chris Howard, president of Robert Morris University and an U.S. Air Force veteran, in a release. “The leadership that our veterans can provide will benefit the entire region, including employers and all institutions of higher learning.”