Welcome to the Military & Veteran Community Services Resource Page

We are pleased to provide our Military & Veteran students and their families the tools necessary to succeed in their academic pursuits. The intent of this page is to be an initial point of contact for students looking for answers to questions typically encountered by military members, veterans, family members and faculty or staff looking to assist theses students.

Student Union, Room 102


Mon-Fri: 0830-1630

Programs Available

VetSuccess on Campus

The VetSuccess on Campus program supports veterans in their readjustment into the civilian workforce through post-secondary education. The program provides UAA with a full-time VA coordinator who is specially trained in the VetSuccess on Campus framework. For more information contact our VetSuccess on Campus Counselor.

Mr. Terry Jackson


Seawolf Boot Camp

 Seawolf Boot Camp is a faculty and staff training program designed to familiarize the UAA community with the Military/Veteran student experience so that we may better serve those who served.

For information about scheduling please contact:

Nichole Grunwald, Military & Veteran Community Services Assistant



Military & Veteran Honor Cords

UAA Chancellor Tom Case is pleased to offer the Military & Veteran Honor Cord to any graduating active duty, guard/reserve or veteran student. These cords signify the appreciation that UAA feels toward our military and veteran community for their service and sacrifice. Anyone interested in wearing the cord for commencement may pick them up from the Military and Veterans Resource Center.

These cords will also be made available for Military & Veteran faculty dressing for commencement.

Thank you for your service!

Family Members

Spouse's Tuition Assistance



UAA Student Financial Assistance


Department of Defense Recognizes UAA and Vice Chancellor Schultz

The United States Office of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program has recognized Vice Chancellor Schultz as a patriotic employer.  The Department of Defense honor is for extraordinary support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserve and for fostering a culture at UAA in which supervisors support and value the employment of military service members. 


 Review the 2011 Veterans Awareness Week resources to learn more.

Check out the videos on historical events like the bonus army march, and the passage of the GI Bill. Read articles describing the way that PTSD and TBI can impact students and get involved with others on campus.


Links to Military Student Policies in 2011-12 Catalog (still applies for 2013-2014)

Attendance Policy for Military Students

Military Credit Evaluation

Military Students Called to Active Duty


Opening doorsNavigating the System

Leadership and Support Opportunities.

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