The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs is the “one stop shop” for veterans, service members, dependents, and survivors.
The Office provides a physical space, on campus and community resources, and staffing to meet your needs at The University of Alabama.
The role of these volunteers is to assure that claimants for VA disability benefits have qualified representation in the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of their disability claim.
Vet Success on Campus is a program through the Veterans Benefits Administration that places an experienced Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor directly on campus to provide assistance & support to veteran students and their eligible family members.
The VITAL initiative is a Veterans Health Administration program hosted by the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center that strives to provide quality health care services to student veterans at The University of Alabama.
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs welcomes you to the University of Alabama! We are glad to be a part of your journey and are determined to assist you with your transition to this campus and the college life.
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs is a one stop shop for student veterans, service members, dependents and survivors.
Textbook for Troops is open to all military connected students, regardless of GI Bill® status. Textbooks can be checked out (free!) on the first day of every semester.
Every semester the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs opens applications for VA work study. These work study options are only open to students using FEDERAL benefits (Not Alabama GI Bill®).