Veteran, Service-Member, Dependent, Spouse, Non-Resident Tuition Waiver
100% of the non-resident portion of tuition is waived for veterans, active duty service members, and their dependents.
The student must upload one of the following documents to be evaluated for the non-resident tuition waiver. The document must state Honorable Discharge and the student must be a direct dependent of the military member:
Veteran/Service member’s final DD214 form 4
Veteran/Service member’s final NGB 22
Veteran/Service member’s Certificate of Discharge
Veteran/Service member’s military ID
Veteran/Service member’s current orders
The student will receive an email if additional documents are required.
All documents can be uploaded directly through the student’s application portal.
**If awarded the Non-Resident Military Tuition Waiver, students would not receive non-resident-specific scholarships.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are there other scholarships for military-connected students?
Yes. The Center for America’s Veterans offers competitive scholarships that only military-connected students are eligible to apply for. To apply you must submit the General Scholarship Application.
Can I still get automatic scholarships with the waiver?
Yes. If you are eligible for the Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship and/or Colvard Future Leader Scholarship, you can still receive those scholarships. Students using the waiver are not able to use Non-Resident specific scholarships, such as the Non-Resident Tuition Scholarship.
Do I have to reapply for the waiver every year?
No. Once you are awarded the waiver, you will automatically have it all of your undergraduate career.
I (or my parent or legal guardian) served active duty for a few years, but did not retire from the military. Am I still eligible for the waiver?
Yes, you are still eligible for the wavier.