sdsu veterans web site gets a makeover


SDSU prides itself on being one of the best institutions at “serving those who served,” offering resources and support to potential and current veteran students who attend the university. The Veterans Center, which opened last summer, recently launched a new and improved Web site with a fresh design.

Site visitors can find information specific to prospective and current students regarding educational benefits, special military housing, and the application process. The new “Give to SDSU Veterans” feature connects donors with information needed to make a gift to the center. These gifts help fund scholarships and other programs that benefit SDSU’s student veterans.

New SDSU Veterans Website

New SDSU Veterans Website

Student veterans are encouraged to get involved on campus and create a network with other veterans who experience the same ups and downs of transitioning from the military to the university. A widget on the home page feeds updates from the Veterans Center Twitter page, one way the Veterans Center is connecting more frequently and personally with students.

Photos, unique stories, and current student profiles help showcase the success of SDSU’s student veterans. Students can also easily access the national award-winning Student Veteran Organization Web site from the home page.

With these improvements, the Veterans Center can offer a greater array of resources to students and help create connections. This strong support system makes SDSU an attractive destination for those who have served our nation.

See the new and improved site: www.sdsu.edu/veterans

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