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Rowan University is dedicated to providing the resources necessary for student veterans. Listed here are websites within the university as well as outside sources that can help direct you to the proper forms and guides to take the steps towards success.
The Veteran's Affairs Office can assist you in beginning your student career at Rowan University. Help with the application process, scholoarship forms, and other online resources can be located here.
The Gloucester Country Veteran's Affairs website provides information for veteran's in the Gloucester County area. The office is full-time and offers a variety of services for veterans.
New Jersey Military Affairs offers the locations and phone numbers for Veteran's Affairs offices throughout New Jersey.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website features a veteran's affairs department, focusing on the health of military personnel.
MyHealthVet provides information for veterans about healthcare. Partnering with healthcare providers, MyHealthVet allows veterans to access health records electronically and manage healthcare choices.
The Counseling and Psychological Services Center at Rowan University is here to provide you any counseling services you may need. Veterans can seek psychological help from the CPSC at any time by making an appointment.
Rowan University's Stars & Stripes Training is program developed to inform the Rowan community about issues specific to veteran students.
For any further questions or information, please contact the Veteran's Affairs Office.