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Useful Forms: A List of veteran-specific Texas State University forms and VA forms

Veteran Student Guide: A List of Veteran Specific Questions and Concerns

National Resource Directory

Texas Veterans Portal: Benefits, education, employment, health, forms, contacts, and questions

Texas Veterans Commission: Phone: 512-463‐3168, E‐Mail: education@tvc.texas.gov

Tuition and Fees Estimator

University Catalogs: Undergraduate and Graduate programs here at Texas State University

The Veterans Guide for Academic Aid and Programs

 

On-Campus Resources

Academic Coaching: Empower students to take an active and productive approach to learning.

Attorney for Students:

Whether it's Landlord/Tenant Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Contract Law, Employment Law, Consumer Protection Law, or Notary Services, registered students are entitled to attorney services AT NO CHARGE.

Career Services:

Resume assistance, career exploration, job searching, On-Campus student employment resources and career prep. Visit Military & Post Military Career Resources

Minds Matter:

This is a new website designed to help students find answers to frequently asked questions about mental health support at Texas State, in the community, and online.

Ombuds Services:

This service personally assists students in achieving resolutions to university related challenges (i.e. university instructor/professor, employer challenges...etc.) in accordance with appropriate University Policies and Procedures Statements (UPPS).

Peer Mentoring:

Upperclassman provide in and out of classroom support to help students academically and socially integrate to Texas State. The diverse Peer Mentors demonstrate academic integrity, responsible decision-making, and help students get connected to co-curricular activities.

Tutor Corps, SLAC:

To better serve the academic needs of the Texas State military/veteran community, the Student Learning Assistance Center (SLAC) has designed a program to give exclusive “Veteran-to-Veteran tutoring.”

Tutor Corps, Writing Center:

Each Veteran will be able to schedule an appointment with a Writing Center tutor who has served in the United States Armed Forces.

Veterans Advisory Council (VAC)

Advice and support for services and programs designed to facilitate the smooth transition from military to college and to promote veteran student success.

Veterans Alliance of Texas State (VATS):

A chartered organization whose mission is to provide a connection between student veterans, the university and the community.

Veterans Initiative at Texas State:

Center for Children and Families: The Veterans Initiative is a model of transitional, comprehensive, and coordinated services that have been developed in the areas of academic support and orientation, health and behavioral health, career and employment, training and technical assistance. For free support email: veteransinitiative@txstate.edu.

 

Health & Wellness Services

Audie L. Murphy Memorial VA Hospital

Austin Vet Center

Austin Outpatient Clinic

Community Action, Inc of Central Texas

Counseling Center: Self-help resources, individual counseling, group counseling and workshops.

Hays Caldwell Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Office of Disability Services specialized services based on individual disability-based needs.

San Antonio Vet Center NE

Veterans and Mesothelioma

Veterans Choice Program