STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Mississippi State University will now offer free tuition to eligible members of the Mississippi National Guard.
On Tuesday, the university and the Guard announced the new program called the Bulldog Free Tuition program.
This will ensure free tuition for Guard service members enrolled full-time at the university.
To be eligible for the program, service members must be full-time undergraduate students, in good standing with their unit and cannot be within a year of their expiration of term of service.
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