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 in the University Veterans Services office once per week. Students can talk to a Transitional Patient Advocate or a VITAL Outreach Coordinator about using VA Health Care and submitting VA disability claims.
Fall 2014 dates
Appointments and walk-in service is available every Monday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
No service available on October 13, 2014.
Students can contact University Veterans Services to set up an appointment
at (612) 625-8076 or firstname.lastname@example.org; however, appointments are not
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 Thursdays from 1-4 p.m.
If you are enrolled in VA Health Care, call Amanda Ferrier-Auerbach at 612-467-2125 to make an appointment.
If you are not enrolled, or unsure if you are enrolled in VA Health Care, call Katy Strub at 612-695-8201.
Student Counseling Services is located at:
340 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Other VA benefits