The Military and Veterans Resource Center provides the following services:
who are current UWF veteran students provide transition guidance for new and existing veteran students.
Starting with the initial consultation these transition coaches will guide the veteran students as they build a plan to reach their educational goal.
Transition coaches will coordinate as necessary with various offices on campus as needed as an advocate to support the students need. (enrollment assistance, GI Bill benefits, academic advising, specialized counseling...etc.)
Transition coaches will follow up with students as they progress into their coursework and serve as a mentor to support them while enrolled as a student at UWF.
Prospective students - transition coaches will meet with and assist prospective students in the decision making process as to whether or not to enroll at UWF.
A student assistant will be available anytime the MVRC is open to provide students assistance in the computer center with technology that may present challenges such as UWF's Desire 2 Learn (D2L) Learning Management System - particularly for new students, as well as using the software on the available PCs in support of coursework.
The Military & Veterans Resource Center is located in bldg. 38 rooms 147, 147A and 141A.
The computer center is in room 147 providing Dell and iMac desktop computers for coursework. A limited number of Dell laptops are available for checkout, iPads are available for use within the center only.
There is a lounge area for military and veteran students to enjoy a little downtown between, before, or after classes.
A private room is available for group study including a large, wall-mounted, flat screen monitor.