University of Arizona Lowers Tuition for Military UndergradsSeptember 18, 2018 | :
by AZ Business Magazine
Enrolled military undergraduates are now eligible to attend the University of Arizona at a significantly reduced price.
Beginning this fall, the total cost for active-duty military undergraduate students utilizing tuition assistance – including students in the National Guard and the Reserves – will be $250 per credit hour to attend the UA. The U.S. Department of Defense covers tuition costs for active-duty undergraduate students up to $250 per credit hour, which means many of these students will be eligible to attend the UA without paying tuition.
Military personnel are eligible to receive this benefit when enrolling in undergraduate programs at the UA’s main campus, Arizona Online or any of the university’s statewide distance locations.