COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Mississippi University for Women has announced a free tuition program for Mississippi National Guard soldiers.
Maj. Gen. Janson Boyles and MUW President Nora Miller made the announcement on Tuesday.
The agreement will ensure free tuition to participants who are enrolled full time at the university.
This opportunity also extends to full-time Army members.
“Readiness is our force’s top priority and The W’s tuition program will help to attract personnel who will staff our future state and federal missions,” Boyles said. “The students receiving this tuition benefit will contribute tremendously towards our preparedness and be among those ready to answer the call during state emergencies and overseas contingency operations.”
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