Veterans Resource Office

Support from Service to Graduation

Our Services

We want our Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) to thrive and succeed at Utah State University. Our mission is to foster a community of support for our SMVF students, both in and out of the classroom.

Benefits Assistance

Support Services

Our Mission

The Veterans Resource Office (VRO) provides Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) with the highest level of support as they pursue their academic, career, and personal goals at Utah State University. Through assistance, education, outreach, and peer support, we provide access to available resources on campus, through federal and state Veterans Affairs programs, and in the community.

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Our People

Clayton Spencer

The VRO has given me and my wife a feel of community and a place to go where we can feel comfortable.

Rebekah Scott

The VRO staff and other veterans there are so friendly. One of my favorite VRO memories is being able to do a 5k for Veteran's Day with friends last year.

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News & Events

Brooks, Ostendorf Capture Two Titles Each

Senior Alivia Ostendorf, a veteran dependent and VRO student athlete captured two titles and junior Brianna Brooks won the all-around and tied for first on beam to highlight Utah State's showing against Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference-rival BYU on Frid...

VRO Town Hall

On January 26, 2023 the Veterans Resource Office will hold a Town Hall to discuss important VA-mandated GI Bill / Education Benefits certification procedures and to have a Q&A with students, faculty & staff. Join the meeting via zoom (see story for link)...

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