Military Affiliated Students


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Welcome, Military-Affiliated Students!

Texas A&M University is proud of its long-standing tradition with the military. We have served student veterans since 1919 and are a national leader in service to our students who are veterans, active duty, military dependents and survivors.

Students receiving military funding that will pay after the due date may request a deferment.

Important Dates Deferment Information

Tuition Assistance and ROTC

Student Business Services is committed to helping military students, veterans, and their families by providing information regarding Military tuition assistance and ROTC scholarships.

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Scholarship and Financial Aid

To learn more about VA Education Benefits, scholarships, and financial assistance (grants and loans) for you and your dependents, please visit the Scholarship and Financial Aid website.


Veteran Resource & Support Center

New student veterans who have completed their service or interrupted their education to serve, are returning or began their studies elsewhere and are now transferring to Texas A&M University need to contact the Veteran Resource & Support Center (VRSC). This office provides caring and personalized support to Aggie undergraduate and graduate student veterans.

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Academic Counseling

For transitional support and academic counseling to prospective student veterans and current military members, visit The Military Admissions page.

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Military in Texas Waiver

All active duty, veterans, and reservists are eligible for a waiver for non-resident tuition per TEC 54.241 and the Veterans Choice and Accountability Act of 2014. Please click below to view the requirements.

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Post 9/11 GI Bill® - Chapter 33

Fry Scholarship

The Veteran Services Office encourages students requesting Chapter 33 benefits and the Fry Scholarship to submit their application and supporting documents as soon as possible and at least 30 days before the beginning of the semester. All students receiving Post-9/11 GI Bill® tuition and fees education benefits are reminded that under the Isakson & Roe Improvement Act of 2020, overpayments for dropped courses (reduced or terminated enrollment after the start of the semester) will no longer be collected by the Veterans Administration. Instead, funds will be returned to the VA by Texas A&M University, and you may see a balance due on your student account.

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Hazlewood Exemption

The Veterans Services Office encourages students requesting a Hazlewood exemption to submit their application and supporting documents as soon as possible and at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the semester.

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Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E)

The Veteran Services Office encourages students requesting Chapter 31 benefits to submit their application and supporting documents as soon as possible and at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the semester. Once approved, the counselor will submit a Purchase Order (PO) in Tungsten, which is what Student Business Services will use to apply a conditional credit to the student account. Students can also contact our VSOC counselor, Jimmie Rogers, with any questions about Chapter 31 benefits at

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