TROY Welcomes Students from the U.S. Marine Corps
Troy University is proud to be a partner of the US Marine Corps Leadership Scholar Program (LSP). This program is designed to help honorably discharged Marines continue their undergraduate education through pre-screening and support in the admissions process, matching the Marines to the “right” institutions and helping to expedite the application process.
Troy University serves members of the United States Marines in class at locations throughout the Pacific and through its distance-learning programs offered through Troy Online which reaches students across all 24 time zones.No matter what your MOS, Troy University is pleased to offer a broad range of undergraduate programs via in-class, online or blended formats that can be valuable to members of the Marine Corps seeking to advance their military career or to help prepare them for careers following their service to our nation.
TROY offers over 100 fully online degree programs with flexible start terms.
Tuition Assistance, Scholarships & Financial Aid
To receive tuition assistance, Marines must complete the steps outlined on the Marine Corps Community Services webpage. Start your WebTA application 60 days in advance of the term start date. You can submit your TA even before finishing your enrollment in the course at your school. All TA applications must be command approved by an Educational Services Officer (ESO) or military counselor prior to the course start date. Please email approved forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Currently serving members of the Marine Corps, their spouses and dependents are eligible for the Troy Military and Family Scholarship that caps the cost of tuition at $250.00 per credit hour at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Military and Family Scholarship
In each of the undergraduate degree options available at TROY, there is scope for the award of transferable college credit based on an evaluation of the member’s rating, the Joint Services Transcript (JST) and the recommendations of the American Council on Education (ACE). The ACE recommended credits, combined with results of CLEP and / or DANTES exams taken, can significantly shorten the time frame for reaching degree completion.
At the Graduate level, successfully completed Professional Military Education (PME) at the Marine Corps War College, the Marine Corps Command and Staff College and the Joint Services Operations University may lead to the award of transfer credit in selected Masters degree programs.