Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 12:00 and 1:00 - 4:00
Illinois State University has been included in the 2013 Military Friendly Schools list published by GIJobs magazine. Veterans Services helps to aid the University by providing assistance to all student-veterans at Illinois State University, including:
Specifically, the office facilitates the issuance of education benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs, and provides appropriate forms and information relative to military grants and scholarships made available to students through the state of Illinois.
Illinois State University’s Veterans Study Center was officially dedicated during a ceremony on Friday, Sept. 14. The ceremony included remarks by President Al Bowman, Vice President for Student Affairs Larry Dietz and Illinois State student veteran Matthew Schumacher.
Video highlights from the ceremony can be viewed online.
The Veterans Study Center, located in 110 Moulton Hall, is available for use by student veterans, those currently serving on active duty and students in the Military Science/ROTC program. The center provides a place for students to gather and study and is a venue for programs designed to assist student veterans.
The creation of the center was a combined effort by University College, Division of Student Affairs, Dean of Students Office, Student Counseling Services, Milner Library, Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives, University Galleries, Alumni Relations, Military Science/ROTC, Veterans Services and the Office of the University Registrar.
Tuesday, April 16
from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Concource 1 in Bone Student Center
Stop by at your convenience to learn more about VA Healthcare and Veterans Center services
Stop by Veterans Services, 112 Moulton Hall, once you've registered to request benefits for next term. This will prevent a delay in summer/fall semester payments.
Veterans of Illinois State (VIS) is a registered student organization on campus. Visit their website for more information.