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 provide a variety of services to:

  • discharged and retired veterans
  • active duty military
  • members of the National Guard and Reserves
  • spouses and dependents of veterans
  • Gold Star family members

Our goal is to enable you to succeed as you

  1. Transition from the military to the campus;
  2. Persist to graduation; and
  3. Transition from the campus to the civilian workforce

Student Veteran Center

Opening early 2017, the SVC will be located in Summerfield Hall and will include a lounge, meeting rooms, the KU Student Veterans of America, support services, and more. A temporary SVC lounge will open in the KU Memorial Union July 2017.

UNIV 101 for Veterans

All veterans new to KU are encouraged to take this new, 2-credit hour fall semester course. This veterans-only class is designed to help you transition to college life and provides you with a foundation to achieve your academic goals.

VA Benefits

We work closely with Office of the Registrar to help all students using federal and state veterans’ education benefits. We also provide VA benefits resources to help walk you through the process.

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. There are a variety of ways to get involved.

Career Services

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

More Information

Prospective/New Students

Faculty and Staff Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

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

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

You can also visit the Office of the Registrar in 121 Strong Hall or stop by the Student Veteran Center temporary admin office in 222 Strong Hall.

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