Military and Veterans
Transitioning from the military to college can be overwhelming, but being proactive will help it be a smooth one.
- You can still attend college even if the VA has determined that you can no longer work.
- Anyone who receives benefits could be eligible for the Work Study Program.
- Former National Guard and Reserve members could be eligible for Post 9/11 VA education benefits.
- Your military training could transfer into college credits.
- Your benefits do NOT disqualify you from additional federal student aid.
- Disability ratings do not determine your need for accommodations in the classroom.
- The state of Ohio has scholarships available to children of disabled and deceased veterans.
- If you have qualified disability ratings from the VA, your dependents could be eligible for financial education assistance.
These websites can help you be proactive and attain your educational goals.
Be sure to apply for VA Education Benefits before registering for classes as the application process takes time.
Deadlines for VA Education Benefits are dependent upon the benefit being used.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) has an application deadline of February 1st for the academic year you plan to use the benefits.
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY INFORMATION
OSU VetSuccess on Campus Counselor
Ohio State Newark Admissions
Wes Grunden, Assistant Director
Ohio State Newark Veterans Affairs Coordinator
The Ohio State University Student Advocacy Center
001 Drackett Tower, 191 Lane Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43210
Columbus Vet Center
30 Spruce Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Community Based Outpatient Clinic – Newark
1855 W. Main Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
Licking County Veteran’s Service Commission
935 Buckeye Avenue, Newark, OH, 43055
Licking County Coalition for Housing
23 South Park Place Suite 200
Newark, OH 43058-0613
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