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Are You a Veteran and a Student?

Nontraditional Student Programs works in collaboration with the Veterans Affairs Office and the Veterans Program Coordinator to provide information and resources for student veterans and their family members at the University of Oregon.

Nontraditional Student Programs offers information on campus and community resources and services, scholarship opportunities, and opportunities for networking with other student veterans and members of our campus community.

The University of Oregon Student Veterans Center (UOSVC)  is the campus hub for veterans and thier friends and family. Located in M46C (next to the UPS store) in the EMU the center boasts the following amenities:

  • Study space
  • Four computer workstations
  • Lounge Area
  • Free Snacks and Coffee
  • Free Printing
  • TV, Mini Fridge, and Microwave 

In addition to the physical attributes of the SVC, it also houses campus and community volunteers (Veteran Service Officers, Career Counselors, etc.) on a monthly basis. E-mail uovetscenter@uoregon.edu or stop by for more information. The SVC also houses the following UO based programs/organizations:

The Veterans and Family Student Association is the student veteran organization at the University of Oregon. It is made up of veterans who have served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, as well as their family members. The mission of the VFSA is to raise awareness and advocate on behalf of veterans on campus as well as to provide a supportive social community within the larger University of Oregon community. The VFSA organizes several events throughout the year including Veterans Awareness Week in November, the Veteran Memorial Ball in May, and the student veteran graduation ceremony in June. Nontraditional Student Programs can provide information on how you can get involved with this group.
 

Dog Tags to Ducks is a student mentorship program that connects student veterans who are new to campus with those who have been on campus for a year or more, and are educated about campus resources pertinent to veterans. For more information about Dog Tags to Ducks click here.

Whether you are a new student transitioning to college for the first time, or have been on campus for multiple years and are approaching graduation, Nontraditional Student Programs is a great source for information and resources. Gretchen Jewett in Nontraditional Student Prorgams in 164 Oregon Hall, or email her at gjewett@uoregon.edu for more information.