Welcome Military-Connected Students

The KU Student Veteran Center is the University’s single point of contact to coordinate integrated support to military-connected students. We connect students with veteran-centered academic support, career services, health care and wellness resources, and more.

Benefits

The Office of the Registrar helps all students using federal and state veterans’ education benefits, and walks current and prospective students through the benefits application and certification process. 

Academic Support

KU offers a wide array of Academic Resources ranging from workshops, tutoring, supplemental instruction, and even individual consultation.

Health Care and Wellness

Watkins Health Services provides comprehensive medical care and outreach programs through a team of dedicated professionals. As a student-focused, student-friendly center, its mission is to advance the quality of life for university students, improving academic performance and increasing retention.

Campus and Community Outreach

In the military, we all recognized that we were only as strong as the community and support we have around us. We connect students to campus opportunities, including the KU Student Veterans of America. Be a part of our thriving veteran community.

Career Services

University Career Center (UCC) services for student veterans are available to help develop resumes, and connect to internships and employers.


More Information

Links & Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Office of the University Registrar

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Questions? Visit the KU Visitor Center, the Office of the Registrar, or stop by 222 Strong Hall.

For VA benefits questions:
785-864-4422 or registrar@ku.edu

For all other questions:
785-864-7478 or veterans@ku.edu

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