VETS incorporates academics, institutional access, student involvement and research, not only to support the success of enrolled student veterans, but to understand their experiences more authentically and maintain a program that is effective and dynamic.
The numbers of veterans enrolling in higher education over the last few years has increased significantly. This trend holds true here at the University of Arizona. As higher education prepares nationally for this influx of student veterans, the UA is committed to supporting their success and to helping create a national climate for veterans in higher education that is inclusive of their unique talents and experiences.
Four UA Students Picked Pat Tillman Foundation Scholarships
Three veterans attending the University of Arizona, along with the spouse of an Air Force member, have been named Tillman Military Scholars in honor of their years of service and academic and leadership potential.
Melissa Vito testifies on UA Student Vets programs before congressional subcommittee
Melissa Vito, senior vice president for student affairs and enrollment management and vice provost for academic initiatives and student success, testified before the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity...
AHSC VETS Center Opening
As the first in the nation, the UA's new VETS Center at the Arizona Health Sciences Center will create convenient access to resources while encouraging a sense of camaraderie for military veterans pursuing health science degrees.
Enroll in SERV in the Fall of 2014
SERV... Supportive Education for Returning Veterans. The SERV program is made up of three courses you take together with other veterans just like you. The courses are offered back-to-back at convenient times so you can work them into your busy schedule.