House Bill 269 allows military veterans who enroll in Texas universities and meet certain requirements eligible to receive undergraduate credit for the time they spent in the service for up to 12 credit hours of elective course work.
All students interested in receiving HB 269 military credit must provide the Military Service Credit Request Form and a copy of the DD-214 member 4 to the Office of the Registrar.
ASU degree programs do not all have opportunities for general elective courses and you may have already received credit for enough electives, so you will need to speak with your academic advisor to determine the number of credits to request based on the number of general electives in your degree plan. As a result, some veterans may want to request all 12 credit hours or it may better serve others to accept fewer than 12 credit hours. Students can request 3, 6, 9 or the full 12 credit hours.
Military Service Credits will not be removed once awarded. Students should understand how military service credits affect:
Students should consult their academic advisor for advice on the number of credits from military service that can be used in their degree program to avoid possible negative effects.
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