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Veterans Affairs Office (VA Office) Mission

The Office of Veterans Affairs strives to reduce transition issues for Veterans and servicemembers by sponsoring Veteran support activities and promptly certifying education benefits in accordance with federal, state, and university regulations.

Veterans are afforded the same rights and must meet all academic requirements and maintain the same academic standards as any student attending Texas A&M University - Central Texas.

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Location and Hours of Operation

Room: FH 221
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Phone: (254) 519-5423
Fax: (254) 519-5420

Attention all VA and Hazlewood students

Priority deadline for Summer 2014 is: April 15, 2014

Students using VA education benefits are encouraged to submit their certification request forms before the priority deadline in order avoid payment delays or problems with certifications. Please visit our getting started page for tips to help ensure a smooth certification process.

Requests for VA Certification and Hazlewood Exemption applications, as well as all supporting documents can be submitted via email at, by fax to (254) 519-5420, or in person at the Veterans' Affairs Center.

All requests will be accepted and will be processed in the order they are received.

Certification Processing Status

Currently processing Certification Requests received on: April 18, 2014

Please wait to contact the Office of Veterans Affairs about certification status until we have concluded processing certification requests received on the date indicated on your submission receipt or email.

Veteran Employment Workshops

Strengths Quest

Learn to create a Strengths based resume using your top 5 strengths. Participants must complete the Clifton Strengths Finder Assessment prior to class. Contact Career Services for free code to take assessment.

Wednesday April 9, 2014 1-4pm Rm 304 Founder's Hall

Become a State of Texas Employee

Learn about job opportunities with the State of Texas and how to complete a Work in Texas (W.I.T.) application

Thursday, April 10, 2014, 1-3pm, Rm 310 Founder's Hall

Employment Bootcamp

Learn how to translate your military skills into an effective resume & cover letter. Gain interviewing skills and learn about business etiquette.

Wednesday, Apri 16, 2014, 5-8pm, Rm 304, Founder's Hall

Work Study Positions Available

The TAMUCT Veteran's Affairs Center is currently accepting applications, along with a resume and cover letter, for VA Work Study positions. Please visit our Forms page to find the work study application.

Post-9/11 GI Bill

Attention: Post 9/11 G.I. Bill (Chapter 33) Recipients

If you served in the Army National Guard or Air National Guard and are currently receiving less than 100% benefits under Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 G.I. Bill), you need to read this.

The Post-9/11 GI Bill authorizes the most extensive educational assistance opportunity since the passage of the original GI Bill in 1944. The maximum benefit allows every eligible veteran, service member, Reservist, and National Guard member an opportunity to receive an in-state, undergraduate education at a public institution at no cost. For more information about the Post-9/11 GI Bill please visit

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