*** There is a policy change regarding the use of Tuition Assistance (TA). You CANNOT combine the use of Chapter 1606 or Chapter 1607 with federal TA anymore. You will need to use the benefit that is most beneficial to you. If you try to use both, when we cross check our records with the person that processes TA, we will terminate the VA certification request which will cause you to receive debt letters from the VA.***

*** Please remember we are now past the drop deadline. If you withdraw from a course now, you will receive a W grade which will cause you to receive debt letters from the VA.***

*** We are past the deadline for turning in Request for Enrollment Certification forms on time. If you are turning in you paperwork now, you are responsible for any late fees and finance charges that you are assessed.***

  • Serving Those Who Served

    A “Veteran” – whether active duty, discharged, retired, or reserve – is someone who, at one point in his/her life, wrote a blank check made payable to “The United States of America,” for an amount of “up to, and including his/her life.”

  • Veteran Services Office

    Located on the 4th Floor of the C4C Room S482 -submit GI Bill Paperwork -get answers to GI Bill questions -find out how to get involved in the Veteran Community on CU Boulder's Campu -grab a cup of coffee and watch TV for a bit in between classes

  • Student Veterans Association

    For many years the Student Veterans' Association (SVA) has worked to address the needs of the veteran community at CU-Boulder. The SVA is affiliated with the Student Veterans of America, works with a large number of Veteran Service Organizations (e.g. the American Legion), and coordinates with both state and local government representatives. To help vets succeed at CU-Boulder and beyond, the SVA provides various services to help veterans transition from the military to the university.

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  • The Student Veteran Center is committed to ensuring the success of Veterans

  • Student Veterans

    Veterans Services preparing campus for boost in vets after withdrawal from Iraq

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The Veterans Services Office at the University of Colorado Boulder, understands that veterans and military members living, working, and receiving their education at CU-Boulder are a valued and vital component of our campus community. We recognize and honor their sacrifices and value their life experiences as they broaden the diversity of our staff, faculty and student body.

We also recognize their special circumstances and the need for our campus to assist them in making the successful transition into our campus environment. As such, our office serves you in two capacities.

Veteran Services supplements the recruitment and retention of veterans to the Boulder campus. We provide a key point of contact for counseling and program information for the veteran/military community at CU-Boulder, while developing and maintaining productive relations with off-campus organizations and programs serving veterans.

Veterans Educational Benefits is part of the Office of Veterans Services and helps eligible students apply to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs for their VA educational benefits. We also process VA enrollment certifications for students each term.