The Veteran Student Center is ready to empower, encourage, and engage military-veterans and their families as they become a part of the university and surrounding community. We strive to ensure that our veterans, military, and dependents have the accommodations and assistance needed to be successful students at Missouri State University.
The following links will take you to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website and to their Education and Training resources for veterans. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Education and Training.
The VetSuccess.gov web site provides information about the services that the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program provides to veterans with service-connected disabilities. The web site also provides information about vocational counseling available to active duty service members and veterans who have recently separated from active duty.
The Missouri National Guard organizes, trains and prepares a family and community based force of ready citizen Soldiers / Airmen as units to defend and serve the people of Missouri and the United States of America
The Virtual Armory is the product of more than a decade of collaboration between the Higgins Armory, the Worcester Art Museum, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Most of its content was created by student teams from WPI, working in collaboration with the museums to explore the potential of digital technologies for museums in the 21st century.