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TWU Veterans Advisory Council
This council was created to bring together TWU Staff and Faculty who shared an interest in supporting student veterans' success. This group shows support by sharing information, improving communication, providing training and addressing issues identified by our student veteran population, as well as veteran issues on a national level.
Amy OKeefe, Commuter Services
Annie Phillips, Education Abroad Program
Jessica Burchfield, Commuter Services
Alex Alvarado, Registrar Office
Vivek Kumar Arunkumar, Housing
Julie Brumbaugh, Financial Aid
Mary Beth Daugherty, College of Health Science
Janelle Davis, Kinesiology
Dr. Ronald Davis, Kinesiology
Brandie Golleher, Arts and Science
Lindsey Hatter, Center for Student Development
Dr. Paul Jurek, Family Science
Hobert Kilgore III, Health Studies
Larisa Kliman, Admissions
Kurt Krause, Pioneer Center for Student Excellence
Angelica Landeros, Intercultural Services
Ileana Lopez Jimenez, Admissions
Robert Lothringer, Register Office
Allison Rogers, Teaching and Learning with Technology
Elizabeth Macdonald, Career Services
Dr. Constance Menard, University Health Services
Beth Palmer, Pioneer Hall
Diana Gomez, Student Life
Sonia Redwine, University Health Services
Jeannie Rickey, Office of Admission Processing
Brittanie Romine, Nursing
Natasha Shukla, Career Services
Donna Stallings, Nursing
Kyle Voyles, Student Union
Brenda Wilson, College of Education
Look for this symbol across campus. Faculty and Staff who display the Vet Zone symbol have participated in training which helps equip them to provide better support for our veteran and military affiliated students.
The TWU Student Veterans Association (SVA) is comprised of active duty, reservist, National Guard, retired and military veterans and their relatives. Any TWU student or faculty member, regardless of military affiliation, is welcome. SVA seeks to provide a support group and resources to military veterans re-establishing themselves in the higher education environment. SVA also holds meetings and events throughout the semester at TWU and in partnership with the local VFW.
The TWU Veterans Program Office is designed to assist students with their VA Educational Benefits, to ensure all necessary documents are submitted to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and to certify enrollment in degree credit hours.
On Texas Veterans Leadership Program you can find information about veterans resources and referral specialists, employment, education, medical, community resources, and much more!
The Texas Veterans Portal is a resource for veterans, their families, and their survivors. This site has compiled helpful information from many government agencies so you can find the assistance, services, and benefits you need.
On Make the Connection you can watch hundreds of veteran videos and learn more about this national public awareness campaign based on powerful personal video testimonials—true stories of veterans who faced mental health issues; reached out for support; and found ways to overcome their challenges.
Powered by the National Resource Directory (NRD), the Veterans Job Bank offers veterans quick and easy access to hundreds of thousands of private-sector job opportunities, specifically targeted at Veterans, by providing a list of current openings based on search criteria such as zip code and military occupational code (MOC).
The Veterans Crisis Hotline is a confidential resource that connects veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring VA responders. Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online at www.VeteransCrisisLine.net or send a text message to 838255 to receive free, confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, even if they are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.
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