Established in 2014, the Veterans Resource Center is a collaborative effort between the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Academic Records and Registrar, and is located in the Tutor Campus Center (TCC) Suite 330.
The center enhances the individual and academic success of veterans, service members, and their family members. The Veterans Resource Center is committed in supporting the veteran community in the areas of higher education in outreach/admission, GI Bill benefits, academic success, graduation, well-being, and career development. The center offers opportunities to excel academically through services like a study space and computer stations.
Within the center, students can meet with a veterans certifying officer, connect with other current student veterans, learn about services available on campus, participate in a variety of programs, and enjoy a welcoming space with opportunities to lounge and/or study.
History of Veteran Support at USC
Dating back to the first World War, USC has held a long history of support for the United States military, veterans, and their families. USC has also maintained an unbroken relationship with the ROTC since it’s founding in 1943. With approximately 1200 enrolled veterans per semester, USC supports the return of our veterans to civilian life through the assistance of our Veterans Association, Veterans Resource Center, and other on and off campus initiatives.
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