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For Military Transfer Students

Yes, military veterans are considered transfer students for the admission process due to their military transcript.

All high school coursework will be considered in the admissions process for transfer applicants with less than at least 24 credit hours of transferable college course work. Vocational or technical classes will not transfer to TCU. Veterans who will be transferring 24 credit hours or more will not need to submit a high school transcript.

TCU participates in the Yellow Ribbon program and covers the cost of tuition for military veterans with 100% benefits eligibility on the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Awards are limited and based on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Financial Aid for more information.

TCU’s Veterans Affairs Officer can assist admitted students with obtaining their military educational benefits.

More Information for Vets

Four hours PE elective credit will be awarded to military veterans for their basic training from the DD214.

Visit the VA’s GI Bill® homepage.

All students have access to the TCU Counseling, Testing and Mental Health Center. The counseling center offers TCU students individual counseling, psychiatric counseling and referral services.