Military and Veterans
Our mission is your success.
Murray State University welcomes veterans and their families with open arms. We’re honored to offer a variety of programs and support systems that ease the transition from military to student life. Our faculty and staff have the utmost respect for members and families of the U.S. Armed Forces, and we sincerely thank them for their sacrifice. We’re with you every step of the way in the transition to student life and beyond. Every veteran deserves a college education and an opportunity to plan for the future.
Murray State is proud to offer military tuition discounts, including in-state tuition rates, waived fees for courses, online classes and graduation, free textbooks and admission applications plus waived tuition costs not covered by the Department of Defense Tuition Assistance program.
Support for Veterans, Service Members and Dependents
Beyond academics, we strive to accommodate and support veterans through our Veteran Student Organization, psychological center and more, offering counseling from PTSD-trained staff along with tutoring, disability, career planning and health services.
Study at Fort Campbell
We offer a variety of courses and programs taught by Murray State's talented faculty on post at Fort Campbell. Our programs are offered in convenient formats and start times, including evenings and online.
The Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) is a college-based, officer commissioning program designed as an elective-curriculum taken along with required college classes. Classes start at a 100 level that start your freshman year and progress to 400 level classes by senior year. Opportunities are also availble for graduate students also interested in becoming an officer in the Army. Instead of starting at the 100 level, you will be placed in to the 300 level classes.