Thomas, Roland W.
Professor – Military Science Instructor
B.A., Wayland Baptist University
MA., Webster University
thomasrw@tsu.edu
SOPA 302C
713/313-4857

SCHOLARSHIP

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Scholarships

The United States Army offers, on a competitive nationwide basis, four-, three-, and two-year scholarships. The scholarships will cover tuition. Recipients will also receive benefits for educational fees (to include lab fees), a book allowance and a subsistence allowance of $500 per month. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and must be under age 30 on the anticipated graduation date. Applications are available from the Military Science Department.

Other Financial Aid

All students enrolled in the Advanced Course will receive a subsistence allowance of $450 per month for juniors and $500 per month for seniors. For more information contact the Military Science Department. GI Bill recipients still retain benefits.

Tuition

All students enrolled in the Advanced Course will receive a subsistence allowance of $450 per month for juniors and $500 per month for seniors. For more information contact the Military Science Department. GI Bill recipients still retain benefits.

Special Training

Basic and advanced course students may volunteer for and attend the U.S. Army Airborne and Air Assault courses during June, July and August. Cadet Troop Leadership training positions are also available to Advanced Course cadets during the summer months.

Miscellaneous

Cadets in the Advanced Course are paid an allowance of $500 per month during the school year. Military textbooks and uniforms are furnished to all cadets. The Corps of Cadets sponsors an annual military ball in addition to other social events throughout the school year. The Department of Military Science sponsors extracurricular activities such as the University of Houston Color Guard; the Ranger Challenge Team.