Veterans Resource Center


The Veterans Resource Center was established in 2012 to support the personal and academic success of our student veterans.  The Center serves as a central resource for information, support, guidance, and community. Among some of the services that are offered to our student veterans and dependents are:

  • Introduction to veteran-specific services
  • Computers and free printing
  • Referrals to campus and off-campus programs and services
  • Peer support, counseling and guidance
  • Assistance with navigating policies and processes
  • Connection with other veterans
  • Advocacy and support with campus faculty, staff, and administrators
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Career workshops and events
  • Veteran recognition events

By establishing a connection with the Center, veterans and dependents provide themselves with the opportunity to benefit from the resources and support services that the University and our off campus partners have made available to them to ensure their well-being and success as students.


Early Bird Day 2
The next $5,000 raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Bronco Fund.
$5,000 MATCHED
Early bird donors
The first $10,000 raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar courtesy of the Bronco Fund.
$10,000 MATCHED
Reunion Giving: Gifts in honor of 25 and 50 year reunions
Thank you classes of '94 and '69!
Is this your 25th or 50th reunion?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Class of '94 (25th Reunion) $662.50
2 Class of '69 (50th Reunion) $200.00
Parent Match
The first $1,000 given by parents will be matched by an anonymous parent donor. (Matching funds will support the Basic Needs Initiative.)
$1,000 / $1,000 Raised
The VRC Challenge
Which branch of the military donates to the VRC the most?
Which branch?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Navy / Navy Reserve $830.00
2 Marine Corps / MC Reserve $295.00
3 Army / Army Reserve $235.00
4 Air Force / AF Reserve $75.00
Veterans Resource Center Match
The first $2,000 given to the Veterans Resource Center will be matched by alumna Elizabeth Zangenberg, '18.
$2,000 MATCHED
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