Active Duty Military

The University of West Florida is proud of its many students who have and are currently serving in our Armed Forces and understands the added demands that service can bring. The Military & Veterans Resource Center (MVRC) is here to help you ensure that your service has minimum disruption on your education.


AirForce

Military Funding Program

Military TA

Army Resident MPH

Navy Resident MPH 

Florida NG EDD

MyCAA

Residency

All Title 10 active duty military service members will receive in state tuition, either by waiver or through temporary residency.  For active duty and their dependents residing and stationed within the state of Florida, declare military on orders in your UWF admission application and provide a copy of orders. 

For non-Florida resident active duty residing outside of Florida while taking courses, submit the “Active Duty Out of State Waiver” found in your MyUWF account.

Withdrawals  

There are a number of factors that can contribute to a withdrawal decision.  For additional information on the various withdrawal categories, visit the UWF catalog for withdrawals.  In cases where the withdrawal does not result in a full refund, the University will calculate the amount of unearned tuition for students using military TA.  Unearned tuition is the amount of tuition paid by the military that will be restored to the military.  Except in cases of approved mitigating circumstances, the student will then have a debt to the University for the amount of tuition restored to the military. For additional information on unearned tuition, visit Military Withdrawals.

Grade Reporting

Grades are posted at the end of each semester per the UWF catalog.  The MVRC will screen for and request grades on behalf of military students using TA in order to facilitate military portal grade reporting requirements.  The UWF grading system is described in the UWF Academic Catalog

Unexpected Deployment, Activation or Natural Disaster Displacement

As soon as you become aware of an unexpected deployment or activation that will affect your enrollment(s), please notify our office located in Building 38, Room 147. We will advise and work with you to complete the required steps outlined in the UWF catalog to either withdraw, receive a grade of incomplete, or to facilitate the course completion by working closely with the professor.  If displaced by natural disaster, please notify the MVRC as soon as possible.

Please note that a copy of orders will be required unexpected deployments or activations.  In cases of unexpected increases in operational tempo not caused by orders or activation, please notify the MVRC as soon as you are aware that your ability to complete the enrollments is at risk.  We will guide you in the proper process based upon your circumstances, and will require official Command supporting documentation.

In the unfortunate event that you are injured while serving and require additional assistance, ensure that you inform the MVRC so that we may coordinate any on-campus resources. If you have a letter from a doctor outlining any special instructions to accommodate your learning, please give that letter to the Student Accessibility Resources (SAR).

Tuition and Fee Appeals

Student appeals for late registration, late payment of tuition and fees, and refunds of tuition upon withdrawal after the refund deadline are referred to the University Fee Appeals Committee.  In order to be considered, requests for refunds and other appeal actions must be submitted within six months after the end of the semester to which the refund or appeal action is applicable.  Requests submitted after the deadline will not be considered.  For more detailed information and the fee appeal form, visit “Appeal for Late Fee Assessments and Refunds” in the UWF Catalog.