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Abilene Christian University

Abilene Christian University, a private, comprehensive university for the education of Christ-centered, global leaders. Affiliated with Churches of Christ, founded in 1906 in Abilene, Texas. ACU educates over 6,000 students annually from 50 states/territories and 46 nations. It includes the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Biblical Studies, Business Administration, Education and Human Services, Graduate and Professional Studies, and Honors; the Graduate School of Theology; and the Schools of Information Technology and Computing, Nursing, and Social Work. ACU Dallas, a branch campus in Addison, Texas is the home of the university’s online programs.

Website:

www.acu.edu

Category:

Private offering Doctorate

Military Friendly Rating

We rate how Military Friendly an organization is within 6 different categories. Learn more about our methodology.

The rating below reflect the extent to which each organization exceeds the benchmark standards for Military Friendly.

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

26.77

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

43.18

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

30.97

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

58.82

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

66.67

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

2.44

Why you should attend?

Abilene Christian University a 20-minute drive from Dyess Air Force Base and a Yellow Ribbon School with an established record of welcoming and serving members of the military and their dependents. Its academic offerings, 79 baccalaureate majors in more than 164 areas of study, 35 master's degree programs and four doctoral programs, are available to all students who qualify through several VA Education Benefits Programs. ACU has a discounted rate for active-duty military stations at Dyess who seek an undergraduate degree. ACU evaluates military training and follows American Council on Education guidelines on its degree programs and transfer student policy.