OSU helps veterans transition to collegeNovember 13, 2018 | :
by Jaycee Kalama
In order to fight feelings of loneliness and alienation in student veterans, multiple organizations around campus are working to ease the transition from military life to college life.
There are multiple resources available to Oregon State University veterans to help them integrate into college life. The military and veteran resource center, ASOSU coordinator of veteran affairs, the student veterans association and veteran certifying officials are some of the sources that veterans can reach out to to find out more about their available resources on campus. All aim to contribute to the success of veterans by helping navigate the requirements of higher education, find available benefits and ervices, as well as help connect veterans to other members of the community that are on the same path or facing the same challenges.
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