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Many full-time advisors, staff help veterans at A&M

Susan "Sue" Owen '94 May 15, 2017 10:27 AM updated: May 15, 2017 10:58 AM

If you know a veteran or a service member still on active duty who is interested in coming to Texas A&M, get them connected!

Here are resources that help veterans get into A&M, pay costs, thrive during college and develop their careers.

A&M is unique nationwide in having two full-time military admissions advisors. They can help prospective students decide what courses to take to help them get admitted to A&M, as well as help them choose the right major for their future success.

In 2012, the university opened a Veterans Resource and Support Center, which is among the veterans’ programs supported by donors to The Association of Former Students.

Texas A&M has served student veterans since 1919. The Veterans Services Office at Texas A&M has its roots in 1946, when A&M first hired a full-time staffer to help veterans.

VETERAN SERVICES OFFICE
Benefits certification (state and federal), scholarships and financial aid.
» veterans.tamu.edu

VETERAN RESOURCE AND SUPPORT CENTER
Providing contact with campus and community resources. Houses Military Admissions Office and VetSuccess on Campus counselor.
» aggieveterans.tamu.edu

CAREER CENTER
Advising, interviews, job postings and more for students and alumni. Includes Veteran Career Advising.
» careercenter.tamu.edu



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