VPS Newsletter December 2013
Veterans Programs & Services is here to support our student veterans with anything they need, be it academically or outside university life.
For those veterans looking for additional resources that extend beyond academics, the University of Cincinnati's Counseling Center may be one place where you can get the help you desire. If you're looking for additional help outside the university community, check out the links below and see if any can be of help to you.
A guide for what veterans should look for in a college, what types of financial aid options are available, and some useful lists of veteran-friendly schools
Affordable Colleges Foundation is an organization chartered with providing free information to the public related to college affordability, admissions, college return-on-investment and financial aid opportunities. They recently created a non-commercial free resource guide for Veterans that is focused on the topic of college affordability and higher education options for Vets. Their information is free and the guide is non-commercial.
IAVA is a nonproft, nonpartisan organization for veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan providing health, employment, education, and community resources.
More than 150 resources to help student veterans and their families overcome the challenges of higher education and career training.
- Resources for Families of Student Veterans (US Department of Veteran Affairs)