Get help here for a broad range of non-educational issues, including medical issues, employment, family assistance, housing, and other circumstances common to military-to-civilian life transitions. Please contact the Veterans Resource Office for:
- Referrals to service providers
- Information on access to medical clinics, family assistance workers, veterans service officers, employment specialists
Returning servicemembers (OIF/OEF) program
The OIF/OEF program with the VA Medical Center will meet with students inthe University Veterans Services office once per week. Students can talk toa VITAL Outreach Coordinator about using VA Health Care and submitting VAdisability claims.
Fall 2016 dates
Appointments and walk-in services are available every Tuesday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Students can contact University Veterans Services to set up an appointment at (612)-625-8076 or email@example.com; however, appointments are not necessary.
On-campus VA counseling is available
Are you facing an academic challenge? Has it been difficult adjusting to civilian life? Meet with a VA psychologist who can address your veteran-specific concerns and easily connect you to additional medical services.
Appointments are available at Student Counseling Services Fridays from 8-11 a.m.
If you are enrolled in VA Health Care, call Matt Kaler at (612) 467-2125 to make an appointment.
Student Counseling Services is located at:
340 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Other VA benefits