Troy University has a long history of service to the United States military dating back to the establishment of its first on-base extension programs in 1950. Given this long-standing record of service to the United States military, Troy University embraces the opportunity to continue its support of veterans, active-duty military personnel and their families through the provisions and requirements of the G.I. Bill, the Tuition Assistance Program, the MyCAA initiative, private funding and other financing options as they become available.
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Troy University is proud to serve members of the United States military. Learn more about the benefits available to you.
Will My Credits Transfer?As a member of the Servicemember's Opportunity College network, Troy University is able to offer credit for military experience as well as a variety of standardized exams.
Academic ProgramsWe are dedicated to offering a variety of curriculums, both in a classroom and online. Find out more about the programs that interest you.
There are several programs available to assist members of the military and their spouses with their education.