Nontraditional Student Programs
provides 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.
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. Visit Justine Carpenter, Director of Nontraditional Student Engagement and Success, in the Office of the Dean of Students,164 Oregon Hall, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
See our newsletter for monthly updates: Nontrad News - for Student Veterans.
The Student Veteran Center is here to help you network with other student vets, find academic and career resources, and assist you with resources available in the community. Our mission is to provide all of our student veterans and their families with the highest level of support and dedication in order to enable a successful transition from military life into a chosen field or career through education. The center will serve as the focal point on campus for all veteran support services.
For more information about the Student Veteran Center click here.
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.
VFSA 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. The members of the Veterans and Family Student Association come together with strong belief in honor of their country, for those who have served, are serving, or will serve. The organization strives to create a community of veterans on campus and to help educate the student body and the public on personal sacrifices made by this nation's sons and daughters.
The VFSA is located in UO Veterans Center and can be contacted at (541) 346-4305 or at email@example.com.