Veterans Support Center

From the military to the U

U student and Army veteran Nolan Acree reflects on the most difficult transition in his life—leaving the U.S Army.


Honoring our veterans in 2021

The U celebrated both the 2021 and 2020 honorees in the annual Veterans Day ceremony.


Honoring veterans all week on campus

A full schedule of events is planned, including the 24th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration on Nov. 11.


Honoring student veterans in 2021

The Veterans Support Center is currently accepting nominations for the Student Veteran of the Year.


Humans of the U: Jessica Garcia

“My time here at the U has been truly an amazing experience and I’ll use the skills that I have learned here in my next journey.”


Stressed, anxious and overwhelmed

Our student community is balancing classes, homework, friends, family and their own mental health. So #CheckOnYourUCrew with these resources in mind.


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How to build your U crew

As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches the one-year mark, it is vital for our community to remain diligent.


Heroes in our midst

The U honored 11 Utah veterans with a tribute video for the 23rd annual Veterans Day event during the pandemic.


Student vet of the year

Engineering student and U.S. Army vet Jacob Salgado recognized as 2017 Student Veteran of the Year at Veterans Day football game against Washington State.


VETERANS SUPPORT CENTER

The new director of the Veterans Support Center, Paul Morgan, discusses the center’s services and who can benefit from the offerings.