Military Applicants

Founded in 1876 as a military academy, Texas A&M University is proud of its long standing tradition with the military. Texas A&M University has served student veterans since 1919 and is a national leader in service to our students who are veterans, active duty, military dependents and survivors. We are committed to providing the best possible educational experience and service to all that attend our University and are proud to have eight Medal of Honor recipients among our Aggie Former Students. The Military Admissions Office, the Veterans Services Office, and the Veteran Resource & Support Center partner to fully support our military affiliated students.

Master of Industrial Distribution Program – Process for Veteran Benefits Processing

Veterans using G.I. Bill

  1. MID Program will send an itemized invoice for each Veteran to the Texas A&M Veterans Services Office.
  2. Student Completes the Texas A&M VA Chapter Benefits and uploads Certificate of Eligibility.
    See detailed step-by-step process: https://veterans.tamu.edu/How-to-Apply
  1. Texas A&M Veterans Services Office processes benefits and applies VA Chapter benefits to the student’s billing account.
  2. The MID Program Fee will be separated into ‘Instructional Cost’ and ‘Support Cost’. The Support cost is not covered by VA benefits. Student will pay the part of the MID Program Fee that is not covered by VA Benefits by the deadline. Please contact the MID program office to receive the complete breakdown of fees.

Veterans using Hazlewood Exemptions

  1. Under Hazlewood Exemption Act, all of the tuition and fees are exempted, including the MID Program Fee.
  2. Student Completes the Texas A&M Hazlewood Benefits with Texas A&M Veterans Services Office.
    See detailed step-by-step process: https://veterans.tamu.edu/How-to-Apply
  1. Texas A&M Veterans Services Office processes benefits and applies Hazlewood Exemptions benefits to the student’s billing account.
  2. Students pay the complete MID Program Fee by the deadline.

MID Veterans and Active Duty Students at 2014 Residency Week