The Veterans Services staff is honored to assist former and current military and entitled family members in using their educational benefits.
ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS
The Election Season is here again. A new veteran student senator is needed as the current one will be graduating this semester. The senator seat is one of importance to the student body here on campus as it represents those of us who have made sacrifices and have come back to make better our lives.
Currently, there are two application slots available for qualified candidates. Access the Election Packet for 2020.
Eligibility & Process:
- You must be a full-time student at WSU and maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher.
- Obtain a WSUSA candidate declaration/application form from the position advisor or the Student Involvement & Leadership (SIL) office on the 3rd floor of the Student Union building.
- Friday, 07 Feb. at 17:00 Candidacy Declaration Forms are due.
- Tuesday, 11 Feb. Rules meeting #1 at 09:00 #2 at 15:00.
- Friday, 14 Feb. at 17:00 Candidate Profiles are due.
- Wednesday, 19 Feb. Rules meeting #3 at 09:00 & #4 at 15:00
- Thursday, 20 February at 17:00 Candidate Banquet and Professional Headshots.
- Saturday, 22 Feb. Campaigning starts.
- Monday, 24 Feb. Meet the Candidates & Presidential Debate (time TBA).
- Tuesday, 25 Feb. at 12:01 Voting begins.
- Thursday, 27 Feb. Voting ends.
- Thursday, 27 Feb. Campaign receipts due.
- Friday, 28 Feb. at 18:00 Winners announced at Weber’s Got Talent.
Veterans who wish to explore additional treatment facilities and options, you may want to contact Spirit Mountain Recovery.
Utah@EASE is a referral program for free legal advice. Applicants must be 1) current service members, or if a veteran, must have an honorable or general discharge, and 2) have a legal issue in Utah that is covered under military rights, immigration, property/landlord, Predatory lending, creditor/Debtor, Employment, Consumer Fraud, Wills/Power of Attorney, Criminal, family law, personal injury, and legal matters against the USA or a State are NOT covered. For more information go to attorneygeneral.utah.gov/utah-at-ease.
Need a VA VetSuccess on Campus (VSOC) counselor?
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
How can Seth help?
Seth is WSU’s direct link to the Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA). He is on campus to provide information and guidance ensuring the most effective use of your VA education benefits like GI Bill®, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) and Dependent Education Assistance. He also provides information, resources, and referral to all other VA benefits. The VSOC is the one-stop VA liaison for veterans on WSU campus.
Forever G.I. Bill Explained
Does your location, physical limitations, family situation or job make it difficult for you to come to our office to certify? Call us at the Ogden Campus M-F, 801-626-6039 or Davis Campus M, Th and Friday, 801-395-3565/3516 or email@example.com.
If you intend to certify for classes, please bring a current Certificate of Eligibility or if you are Voc Rehab, bring a current 1905 to WSU Veterans Services. You can request a copy from your EBenefits account. This will help you to see how much worth of entitlements you have remaining.
Veterans Services, Ogden Campus: 801-626-6039