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.
VETERAN RESOURCE AND SUPPORT CENTER
Providing contact with campus and community resources. Houses Military Admissions Office and VetSuccess on Campus counselor.
Advising, interviews, job postings and more for students and alumni. Includes Veteran Career Advising.