MTSU Military & Veterans Center


Thank you for your service to our country - and welcome to MTSU! Our goal is to assist you in the transition from military duty to academic success at MTSU. This Web site will provide step-by-step directions through that process.

We are working to provide veteran-friendly courses and faculty advisers, peer support and mentoring, career counseling and job placement services, and arrangements for any special physical and emotional needs.

Important Updates

A message from retired Army Lieutenant General Keith M. Huber:

To our men and women who have served and defended our Nation in uniform and your precious families. My name is Keith M. Huber, Lieutenant General, US Army retired. I had the privilege to serve on active duty for 38 years with my last two years in command, in combat in Afghanistan. MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee has requested that I conduct a short term assessment of our Veterans and their families who attend this university with the intent on improving how you are received and assisted in this next important chapter of your life. I look forward to the privilege to personally meet and share perspectives with you. Thank you for this opportunity to serve you.


Scholarship Opportunities for Non-Traditional Students and Military Students

Helping Heroes Scholarship 
The Helping Heroes Grant is a $1,000 per semester grant, awarded to students who successfully completes twelve (12) or more semester hours with no failing grade as the final grade for the course.

Academic Success Series
Your success is important to us!  A list of Academic Success Series sessions can be found at

Tutoring information can be found in the Walker Library on the first floor or by searching by department and course online.

VetSuccess on Campus

Vet Success