Apollos University Blog

Veterans Training

4/4/2017 2:09:22 PM

Apollos University is approved by the Department of Veteran Affairs to train eligible veterans and dependents under the GI Bill and Dependents Education Assistance programs.

Getting Started is Easy

In order to get the benefits started, the veteran or other eligible person will need to file an appropriate application.  
  1. For veterans who have never used their benefits, the appropriate application is VA Form 22-1990 or VA Form 22-5490 for other eligible dependents. 
  2. For veterans who have used their benefits previously, the appropriate application is VA Form 22-1995 or VA Form 22-5495 for other eligible dependents. 

VA Online Application

Students become Alumni, then what?

4/4/2017 2:07:37 PM

We are excited to inform you that we have added an Alumni page where all alumni can login using their student ID and password.  This will provide the alumni with the ability to talk to peers from around the world by just saying hi or networking for jobs or looking for entrepreneurial opportunities.
Once are approved and login you will see various chat rooms that you can participate in and one special Chat Room where we would like to see if there is interest in formalizing the National Apollos Alumni Association with graduate leaders and its own charter.  Likewise, if the interest is there, alumni can form regional Alumni Associations and create their charter as well as elect their officers.  These regional Associations would report to the main National Alumni Association.
If you have trouble inputting your profile, please contact info@apollos.edu and The Info Team will provide you with help. 
Alumni Instructions:
  1. Open our homepage http://apollos.edu and select the "Alumni" button.
  2. Then Select "Login,” input your profile, and once you are approved, you will be able to select “Community” and start chatting and organizing the association with your peers.

Congratulations Apollos University – you are now SARA Approved

4/4/2017 2:02:08 PM

On December 7, 2016, Apollos received approval as a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA) via the Montana Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education.  This is an important step for Apollos and one of the main reasons for the relocation of Apollos from California to the great state of Montana.  California is not a member state of SARA but Montana is. 

What does this mean for Apollos and is current and future students?  There are 44 states plus Washington D.C.  This allows Apollos to teach students in each of these states and the District of Columbia.  Apollos is already approved or in the application process of approval with remaining six states that are not yet SARA members.  Apollos is also working with the US Territories to assure we comply with their regulations on teaching their citizens online. 

One more step forward for Apollos!  Thanks to everyone that participate in the move to Great Falls, Montana and also to those the supported and helped Apollos become an approved member of SARA.