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Organizations providing support services to veterans and family members

Educational Benefits: Covers information on all benefits, including educational, health care, burial and memorials, information for benefit precipitants, info for education professionals, etc.

Placer County Veteran Service Office: Assist veterans and their family with disability claims, compensation, pension, dependent fee waivers, life insurance, medical benefits, home loans, burial benefits, discharge upgrades.

Watch our webinar highlighting the unique set of experiences and challenges facing returning war veterans who are increasingly populating campuses across America, and the vital role that college communities can play in fostering their health and success, both inside and outside of the classroom. In addition, this webinar discusses military competency, combat stress injuries, and best practices.

The Road Home...From Combat to College and Beyond: How Your Campus Can Better Serve Student Veterans

Other Resources

Request your military service records, medical records, DD214, etc. through Veterans Service Records.

Veterans Resources

Support Our Student Veterans

Kognito training for employees to learn how to help veterans. To start your training, click on the images to go to the Kognito site. Click on the "create a new account" tab, which will prompt you to establish an account. You can access all the trainings once you are logged in. 

Kognito training for employees working with veterans

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