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New Military & Veteran Student Resources

Welcome home.

Regardless of how your path led you to William & Mary, we are glad you have chosen this university to be your alma mater. As a new member of our community with different transition concerns and needs, we encourage you to become familiar with these online resources before arriving on campus:

Military-Veteran Student Resources
Office of Student Veteran Engagement

The Office of Student Veteran Engagement supports veteran student organizations; connects veterans with resources on- and off-campus to help with applications, GI Bill benefits, transferability of courses and other support services; and assists in finding for-credit internship and post-graduation employment opportunities.

Military & Veterans at William & Mary

The Military & Veterans website provides several layers of resources dependent on your status within the community: from prospective to alumni!

While the Prospective Students page includes valuable Transfer Credit Evaluation information, the Current Students site includes information on Student Accessibility Services and various benefit/tuition assistance resources.

Military and Veteran Student Registrar Services

The Office of the University Registrar coordinates various Military and Veteran Student services from priority registration to domicile reconciliation. [[caward01, Carolyn Ward]] serves as the W&M Veterans Benefits Officer.

Student Veterans of William & Mary

This recognized student organization serves to connect with and advocate for student veterans at W&M and across the greater military community. Their landing page can be viewed by the public.

However, to learn more about the organization, its leadership and activities, you will need to log into TribeLink using your W&M credentials.  Lucky for you, setting up your TribeLink account is also on your Tribe Guide Checklist.

Some of the afore-mentioned services will be discussed at length during your January orientation. However, these are solid pages to bookmark for future reference.