Student Access and Accommodation Services thanks you for your service and values the life experiences and perspectives you bring to the Redbird community.
Student veterans can work directly with our office to identify ways in which individual needs can be met to help work through their educational experience, such as accommodations or on-campus resources. All information through our office is confidential.
We will work to meet individual needs in an effort to support you through any challenges that may be hindering your success as a student.
Laws are in place to protect student veterans with a variety of disabilities and/or medical mental health conditions such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), hearing/vision loss, PTSD, chronic pain, and physical disabilities.
Student veterans may still be eligible for university disability services even if the military or VA determined that he/she does not have a disability.
Veterans with Disabilities and/or Medical/Mental Health Conditions
Student veterans with disabilities and/or medical mental health conditions should not be reluctant to self-identify and contact our office regarding support and resources on campus. Our office and campus community highly recommends that veterans with disabilities are proactive in seeking out academic adjustments and resources that may help with being successful in their educational pursuits.