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Veterans Services

Serving Those Who Served



Monday – Thursday 7:30-6:00 PM

Friday 7:30-2:00 PM

Available to all students utilizing VA Educational Benefits

  • Textbook Rental Program
    • Applications start one week prior to the beginning of each semester.
    • Fill out a textbook request form and turn it into the front counter.
    • First-come first-serve basis.
    • Receive a call when your textbooks will be available for pick up.
    • Don’t forget books are to be returned at the end of each semester on time in order to continue using the
  • Tutoring Services
    • We offer walk-in tutoring for various subjects.
    • Tutors schedule is posted outside the tutoring room in the VRC.
  • Student Leadership Program
    • Get paired with a mentor within your major or program.
    • Receive guidance throughout the semester with information on VA updates, registration dates, transfer tips, and
      benefits questions

Available to all students with financial needs

  • Food and Nutrition Center Services
    • Assists with resource referrals.
    • Free diapers for students and staff.
    • Free hygiene products.
    • Free 15lbs of free food per month.
    • Weekly farmer markets.
  • Gas Cards
    • Students are allowed three $25 gas cards per semester while supplies last.
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA required in order to receive the cards.
  • Book Vouchers through 3SP and Equity
    • $250 gift card for the books and supplies
    • Apply through our textbook rental program
    • To qualify you must:
      • Be a veteran
      • Have a minimum 2.5 GPA (the only exemption is 1st-year college students)
      • Must be enrolled in minimum 9 units
      • Have financial aid on file
Last modified on March 3, 2020

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