Veterans Resource Center

Auburn University

Veterans Resource Center

Located in 217 Foy Hall, the Auburn University Veterans Resource Center (VRC) helps students make the transition from military life to civilian life. Whether you are a new student who has completed your service, a student who interrupted your education to serve, or a student who began your studies elsewhere and are transferring here, we will help guide you to the resources you need to make the most of your AU experience.

 

OUR MISSION: We are a dedicated, service driven organization, acting as a valuable resource, providing a welcoming and compassionate environment, in which to serve all military-affiliated students of Auburn University.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions or concerns at (334) 844-8167 or veterans@auburn.edu.

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ATTENTION: Receiving Federal VA Benefits does not automatically qualify an active duty service member, veteran, or dependent for in-state tuition, residency, or a waiver. The Post 9/11 GI Bill® pays resident tuition and fees only! To see if you are eligible for a waiver, please call our office 334-844-8167.

 

2017 Choice Act Updates

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The Auburn Warrior Orientation and Learning program (A.W.O.L.) is a veteran-specific orientation for incoming student veterans.

A.W.O.L. is not required and does not take the place of Camp War Eagle or S.O.S.. Instead, this program is simply an additional resource for incoming student veterans as it is designed to assist with the transition from military life to civilian and university life.

Here at the Auburn University Veterans Resource Center (VRC) we understand that navigating campus as an incoming student can be challenging. During this program, incoming student veterans will receive information about student life, where important buildings are located and of course where to eat. In addition, incoming student veterans will print off their schedules and a member of the Auburn Student Veteran Association (ASVA) will show them where his or her classes are. All of this is done to ensure that student veterans are not lost on their first day of class.

This half-day program will take place each semester during the first week classes. An informational email will be sent out to all student veterans during this time and those that RSVP will receive further information about dates, times, and locations.

You have served your country faithfully, now let us serve you!

Please click here to register for the next semester’s A.W.O.L. class.

VA Reporting Information

If you have an issue or complaint about a school or training facility that’s eligible to receive GI Bill benefits, you can submit feedback to VA. You can submit feedback to us if your school isn’t following the Principles of Excellence guidelines or if you have any other concerns or issues you’d like to raise with us.

 

You can choose to submit your feedback anonymously or on behalf of someone else. We share all information with the school, but if you submit feedback anonymously we won’t share your name with the school.

 

https://www.va.gov/education/submit-school-feedback/introduction

Last modified: September 4, 2019