You’ve led, served and sacrificed

We’re here to support your educational goals every step of the way.

Trevecca is privileged to help active duty military service members, veterans, military spouses and families earn an associate, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree. We’re committed to providing the highest level of support and resources for our military community, ensuring their success in the classroom and after graduation. At Trevecca, we emphasize the value of a connected community along with the importance of servant leadership. Our university is the ideal environment for transitioning veterans to fulfill their higher education goals. Trevecca military students enjoy the benefits of a quality education with the recognition and honor they deserve.

 

Why Trevecca?

Military scholarship

Trevecca offers a military scholarship equal to 10 percent of tuition per semester for all military service members, veterans, military spouses and dependents 23 and younger. This applies specifically to tuition, fees and books for any nontraditional program at the university. Apply here.

Yellow Ribbon Program 

We are pleased to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program to honor and support the men and women who have courageously served in our nation’s military forces. Eligible students are those utilizing the Post-9/11 GI Bill and qualify for the 100 percent level. Trevecca makes unlimited participation slots available for all academic programs, including graduate and doctoral programs. We will provide matching funds for tuition and mandatory program fees through the Yellow Ribbon Program for eligible students whose tuition and fees exceeds the VA’s annual reimbursement cap.

College credit for experience

Trevecca evaluates military training for college credit, using the American Council of Education’s Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experience in the Armed Services. We look forward to helping military students apply earned credit where credit is due!

 

Veteran services 

Veteran students are invited to participate in the university’s Student Veteran Association. Named in honor of a soldier and friend of the university who was killed in the line of duty, the William Bennett Memorial Chapter provides support and guidance for those transitioning from military to civilian life. Students benefit from interacting with fellow veterans, forming mentoring relationships and strengthening personal leadership skills by helping guide other veterans through their transition.

 

A flexible schedule

We understand you need a school schedule that fits your busy life. As a military student, you can choose to attend traditional daytime classes, once a week evening classes or earn your degree completely online, with books and materials delivered to your front door. 

Online and evening students are part of a cohort, where they begin and complete their degree alongside a group of peers working toward the same goals. Constant interaction among this community means you won’t feel like you’re on an island. Our highly successful cohort model offers the support you need. Learn more about our academic programs.