The Center provides the following services for all veterans, service-members, dependents, and survivors.
The computer lab consists of 10 computers. Students have access to these computers during open hours and can do all printing at no cost. If access is needed after hours arrangements can be made at the reception desk.
Student Lounge/Meeting Space
The student lounge is located in the center and can be used by all students during open hours. The lounge has a big screen TV, video entertainment equipment, a projector and screen, lounge chairs with laptop tables, and has Wi-Fi availability. The lounge can be used for a meeting space with access to the projector and screen for presentations. If you require the meeting room please make arrangements at the reception desk. If access is needed after hours arrangements can be made at the reception desk.
The study room is located in the rear of the center and is an area that can accommodate a few students in a quit zone. This area can be reserved for a study group, please make arrangements at the reception desk. If access is needed after hours arrangements can be made at the reception desk.
Campus Veterans Association
The Campus Veterans Association is a student organization made up of veterans, service members, dependents, and survivors. All students are welcome to become members. Other individuals who wish to support these students are welcome to become members as well. For more information please contact the President of the CVA, Mr. Will Suclupe by email at email@example.com or view the CVA website at http://bama.ua.edu/~campusveterans/
Veteran Work Study Program
The veteran work study program is designed to offer part-time work to veterans, service members, and dependents who are currently receiving veteransâ€™ educational benefits. Duties include but are not limited to assisting in the processing of VA certification, assisting in maintaining veteran's files, and entering VA student data into electronic information systems. Briefing newly enrolled students and assisting them in applying for benefits, understanding admissions and financial aid processes. These workers also serve as mentors for incoming students making the transition to UA.
Applications for Veteran Student Worker positions can be picked up at the Center for Veteran and Military Affairs. For more information, please contact David Blair, Director of Veteran and Military Affairs, at 205-348-0983 or firstname.lastname@example.org.