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Veterans

VETERANS

VETERANS PROGRAMS

The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is approved for the Non-College Degree Professional Acting Program under the Post-9/11 GI Bill. At the Los Angeles campus, both the One-Year and Two-Year Professional Acting Conservatory programs are approved. At the New York campus, the Two-Year Professional Acting Conservatory is approved.

Veteran applicants must complete the same application process as all other Conservatory applicants. Veterans must also submit:

  • DD-214 and/or Certificate of Eligibility
  • Transcripts from ALL previous study (Unofficial transcripts are sufficient)
  • This includes all training after high school (college, university, vocational school)

For more information regarding GI-Bill Benefits (including annual tuition cap, housing stipend and more), visit https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/post911_gibill.asp or https://www.vets.gov/gi-bill-comparison-tool/
GI Bill College Benefits Transfer Info
Higher Education Resources for Vets & Their Families
Vocational School Guide for Veterans
Veteran’s Guide to College Success
Potential Scholarships for Veterans & Dependents
New Forever GI Bill Benefits

If you have specific questions about applying and using your veterans benefits please contact us:

New York Campus: [email protected]u

Los Angeles Campus: [email protected]


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: What programs are approved for the Post 9/11  GI Bill funding?

Q: Will the VA cover all tuition and fees?

Can I begin classes before VA payment is received?

Q: What about the monthly housing allowance?

Q: Do I need to submit transcripts from previous training?

COVID-19

Dear Students and Prospective Students,

As news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, we wanted to take time to reassure our community that The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is monitoring circumstances on a regular basis. We are committed to the well-being and education of our students, faculty and staff. Following in step as other universities and schools, we have transitioned to holding classes remotely in ways that are meaningful.

The Spring 2020 term will begin on April 20th.

These are unique times worthy of serious thought and implementing measures of caution. We trust that our Community will, as always, join together, to find new ways to collaborate, innovate, and continue doing the work we care so deeply about.

Please be sure to follow us on social media for events and updates during this time where we're all Safer at Home.
@strasberginstitute @strasberginstituteny

Click here for an updated status for New York City. | Click here for an updated status for Los Angeles.