offers a Military Scholarship Program for eligible, active duty military,
serving in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard,
National Guard, and Reserves. Military Veterans are also eligible
for the UMT Military Scholarship. As of December 19, 2005, UMT extended
its Military Scholarship program to include spouses of active duty
The UMT Military Scholarship awards tuition assistance of 35% of the
costs, reducing the cost per academic credit-hour from $390 to $250.
Tuition assistance or Montgomery G.I. Bill benefits may be used to
cover the remaining of costs.
Provisions of this program are:
Active duty personnel: For
students who submit a statement of need indicating the cost of
textbooks would prove to be a hardship,
the UMT Military Book Scholarship will provide textbooks at no
additional cost. With these combined UMT Military Scholarship funds,
students who are approved for Tuition Assistance (TA) should have
no out of pocket expenses to matriculate in the UMT program.
- Complete the UMT Application. The
$30 application fee is waived.
- Arrange for all transcripts (including
AARTS, SMART, and CCAF) and other application materials to be sent
- If a transfer credit evaluation is
requested, a $30 fee must be paid. The results of the transfer
credit evaluation will be provided to the applicant promptly upon
receipt of transcripts, test scores, and other supporting documentation.
- Submit DD-214 or DD-295 forms (or
- Submit certificates for completed
training, military or civilian (or notarized copies).
- Submit documentation of courses completed
that have been recommended for academic credit by the American
Council on Education (ACE).
- Submit documentation of CLEP and
DANTES DSST test scores offered for college credit by examination.
- Provide verification of U.S. military
- Enroll in two academic courses (6
semester credit-hours) per enrollment
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least
2.00 (undergraduate) or 3.0 (graduate).
- Spouses must submit documents showing
their husbands/wives currently are on active duty.
For more information on
the Military Scholarship Program, please go
to UMT's Military
Tuition and Scholarship page.