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Welcome to the Veterans Resource Office
USU's division of Student Services is happy that you have decided to pursue a degree here and we look forward to doing our part to help you achieve success while you are here.
Returning to civilian life after active duty is an adjustment. Many veterans are also returning to family life.
The good news is that you are here at Utah State. We have dedicated staff members and faculty who have educated themselves about the unique challenges faced by veterans returning from active duty in a war zone. Some of them are returning veterans themselves.
The Veterans Resource Office (VRO) was created to assist USU student veterans in their transition between the military and civilian environment. The VRO serves as the the central switch board for the veterans who need information or assistance, whether it is regarding their VA benefits, USU related topics, or civilian matters. The VRO is also a place where the veterans can network with each other. Please come to the office to find out more about the VRO. Your input and involvement will be welcome.
The Veterans Resource Office will provide support for current and former service members and their families as they pursue their academic, career, and personal goals at Utah State University. This will be accomplished through education and outreach, utilizing all resources available within and outside of the university.
Goals & Objectives
- Assist individuals with the transition from service to academic life.
- Educate individuals about financial resources available to students and veterans.
- Advocate on behalf of students when necessary.
- Collaborate with other University and community entities to provide resources and opportunities for veteran students.
- Establish a mentoring program utilizing fellow students and faculty.
- Educate the campus and community on veterans' affairs.
Taggart Student Center, Room 314
0106 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84321-0106
Phone: 435-797-7886 or 435-797-8397
Hours: Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment
Program Coordinator, SCO: Tony Flores
School Certifying Official: Jake Falcon
School Certifying Official: Kellie Crowley
VA Work-study: Ivan Cherry
VA Work-study: James Stratton
VA Work-study: Austin Hammer