New Tuition Policy for Military Students
Starting Fall 2014, military students* will be charged in-state tuition rates + minimal fees; (For example: Technology Lab Fees and Nursing Lab Fees). Military students will be charged in-state tuition no matter what the circumstances (e.g., where they reside or whether the class is online versus face-to-face). This will allow our military students to have as little out-of-pocket expenses as possible.
(*Military students are defined as Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, or honorably separated Veterans.)
Military Students Do Not Pay $40 Application Fee
Beginning March 21, 2014, military students do not have to pay the $40 application fee. When applying to UALR, military students need to look for the portion of the application that asks about military service. Specific instructions will be provided on the application page.
We want your experience at UALR to be the best. We know that each military member has a unique set of educational goals and we want to help you meet those goals. Let us know how we can help you.
Take Advantage of Your Educational Benefits
The UALR Office of Veterans Affairs is ready to help you through the paperwork jungle in order for you to use the educational benefits that you have earned. Drop by (Student Services Center, Room 118), email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call (501) 569-8171 to set up an appointment today.
Credit for Your Military Training
In 2008, our faculty voted unanimously to accept military credit as academic credit whenever possible. The military credit is any credit that is earned through evaluations performed by the American Council on Education and any other accredited military school such as Air University and the Community College of the Air Force. At a minimum, this military credit will go towards lower-level and/or upper-level elective credit. Whenever possible, military credit will be articulated as an equivalency for academic credit. What does that mean for you? You are able to complete your degree faster.
Contact the Military Ombudsman today. Drop by (Student Services Center, Room 415), email (email@example.com), or call (501) 569-3204 to set up an appointment today.