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Veterans Affairs Office
Veterans Coordinator: Beth Sosnoski
Phone Number : (856)256-4233
Fax Number : (856)256-4438
The Veterans Office at Rowan University is the liaison with the Regional Processing Office in Buffalo, New York, to assist veterans and dependents of veterans with the application and certification process. The coordinator serves as the campus administrator of all veteran education benefits.
Questions regarding the eligibility of a veteran or dependent can be answered by calling 1 888-GIBILL1.
Set of policies and protocols to assist you with reporting
concerns and seeking assistance in difficult situations:
Please contact our office prior to applying for admission. The application fee can be waived for veterans who provide required documentation. **This fee can only be waived for those that contact the office prior to applying**
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the office.
Students Eligible for Department of Veterans Affairs Educational Benefits
Veterans or their dependents who are eligible for educational benefits must contact this office at the beginning of each semester to complete required forms.
Forms and Scholarships:
Online Resources for Veterans with Disabilities:
ADA: Know Your Rights – Returning Service Members with Disabilities
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
National Center for PTSD: Traumatic Brain Injury & PTSD
National Resource Directory (NRD) for Wounded, Ill, and Injured Service Members
Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Patients
TriCare – Computer/Electronics Accommodations Program (CAP) – Wounded Service Members Support http://cap.tricare.mil/Programs/WSM.aspx
Veterans Affairs – Resources for Veteran Students and their Families
Wounded Warriors Project