You serve our country. We serve you.
We have supported the military community for more than 40 years and continue our commitment to providing high-quality post-secondary education programs for veterans, service members and their families.
In addition to service being one of our four University core themes, military service, in particular, is a significant part of our history. Learn more about our patron saint, Saint Martin of Tours.
At Saint Martin's, we understand the immense value your skills and experiences add to our community, and we are on a mission to provide you with the support you need to transform yourself personally and professionally, during your time of service and beyond.
2019-2020 Military Friendly® School
Saint Martin's University is honored to rank ninth in the nation among private, non-doctoral-granting institutions for Military Friendly® Schools in 2019-2020.
Learn more about the Military Friendly® School designation
First Purple Heart University in Washington
The Military Order of the Purple Heart designated Saint Martin’s the first Purple Heart university or college in Washington state. The designation is in recognition of Saint Martin’s history of supporting veterans and their families.
Learn more about the Purple Heart University designation
Explore the opportunities
We offer 26 undergraduate majors, 10 graduate programs, and a growing number of certificate programs on our main campus.
Find the right program for you »
To help you obtain your degree or certification while serving, we offer certain undergraduate, graduate and certification programs on Joint-Base Lewis-McChord.
The Microsoft Software and Systems Academy
Earn your certificate in computer science on either our main or Saint Martin's-JBLM campus.
Learn more about the MSSA program »
Resources for veterans and military family members
10th America's Service Heroes Scholarship Recipient
Staff Sgt Michael A. Vidick, a member of the U.S. Air Force for more than 11 years, has been chosen by Saint Martin's University as its 10th recipient of the America's Service Heroes Scholarship. The award was announced Nov. 3 at the University's Gala 2018, a major fundraising event for University student scholarships.
Vidick, originally from Pueblo, Colorado, joined the Air Force right out of high school and at 18 began his journey at the Air Force's Basic Training Gateway, Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. From two combat tours in Iraq to a role as an agent with the Air Force's Office of Special Investigations (OSI), Vidick has shown an ability to complete every task and mission given. He holds five Air Force Commendation Medals and, most notably, one Army Commendation and one Army Achievement Medal earned during two combat tours in Iraq while embedded with Army Military Police units. He also has a second Army Achievement award for community service. These awards are rare achievements for most Air Force members.
Vidick completed an associate of applied science degree in police science in 2007 from the Community College of the Air Force. He is enrolled at Saint Martin's University as a criminal justice major. He holds a 3.72 cumulative GPA and aims to complete his Saint Martin's degree soon.