Veterans Benefits Contact Information
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Here are links to services the university provides and might help you in your transition to ASU.
ASU Library - provides computers, printers, copiers, study areas, books, and articles for students to use.
Career Development - the Career Development Center can help student find a part time job and prepare for their future career by providing resume services and job fair information.
Career Development Job Listings for Veterans -this is a site dedicated to part time job specifically for veterans.
Center for Security Studies -provides a variety of programs for those interested in security studies or criminal justice.
Center for Student Involvement - the CSI holds several events throughout the year. It also houses the Student Government office and Fraternity and Sorority offices.
Clinic and Counseling Services -ASU provides a clinic that all enrolled students can use. They also provide counseling services.
Disability Services - provides services for students with special needs or disabilities.
Smart Workshops -offers a series of study skills and academic workshop to help students become successful.
Study Skills Resources -helps students figure out study skills that fit them so that they may succeed in their studies.
Student Veterans Organization -the SVO is an organization for veterans. It promotes camaraderie and community involvement.
Supplemental Instruction - SI is an enrichment program that uses peer-led group study to help students in difficult classes
Tutoring Center -ASU offers free tutoring for certain classes. Check their website for dates and times.
VETS Center - this is the VETS Center Facebook page. Learn about upcoming events and veteran news.
These are links to local organizations that provide services for veterans.
211 Texas Veterans -a program of the Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas veterans connect with the services they need.
Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans -a program to develop and assist pro bono legal clinics throughout the state for military veterans who otherwise cannot afford or do not have access to the legal services they need.
Texas Veterans Commission -the state appointed advocate of Texas veterans as they attempt to secure the benefits rightfully earned in exchange for their service in our nation’s armed forces.
Texas Veterans Land Board -administer benefits exclusively for Texas veterans such as land and home loans, home improvement loans, state veteran homes, state veteran cemeteries, and veteran benefits fairs across the state.
Texas Veterans Leadership Program -a Texas workforce commission resource and referral network connecting returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan with the resources and tools needed to lead productive lives.
TexVet -serve as a hub for the statewide peer to peer counseling network and volunteers, as well as information and referrals to federal, state, and local Veterans Service Organization.
Texas Veterans Portal -the official state of Texas veterans web portal.
Texas Workforce Commission -provides employment, training, and related services to veterans via a network of partnerships, Workforce Solutions offices, dedicated staff, and specific rules, policies, guidance, and initiatives.
American Corporate Partners -provides business mentor to veterans.
American Legion -provides support, scholarships, and services for veterans.
Disabled American Veterans - empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.
eBenefits -gateway to benefits information. You can view your military documents and benefits status.
Fleet Reserve Association -non-profit organization that provides advocacy, scholarship, and other services for veterans.
Got Your 6 -a nation wide effort to show that veterans are assets and leaders in the community.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America -programs that empower the community online and offline, and include health, employment, education, and community resources.
Military Once Source -provides consulting on military life and counseling for non-medical issues.
Military Order of the Purple Heart -promote goodwill and camaraderie for wounded combat veterans.
Military Times -a military magazine that talks about current news, fitness, education, benefits, and jobs.
Microsoft -provides job training resources exclusively for veterans.
Non-Commissioned Officers Association -leader in veterans and spouse employment, a strong voice on Capitol Hill, and with the Veterans Administration.
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs - Department of Veteran Affairs website.
Veterans of Foreign War USA -provides help to veterans, their families, and their communities.
ASU VETS Center
Houston Harte University Center, Room 113
ASU Station # 11040
San Angelo, TX 76909
Phone: 325-486-VETS (8387)
Tom Green County Veterans Service Office
111 West Beauregard
San Angelo, TX 76903-5834
Veterans Affairs Regional Office (VARO)
P.O. Box 8888
Muskogee, OK 74402-8888
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Access information about VA benefits and/or send inquiries about your benefits 24 hours a day at www.gibill.va.gov.