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All students receiving VA Benefits will have to fill out the verification of enrollment form found at this link http://louisville.edu/veterans/forms


The University of Louisville has been named a Military Friendly School for 2014 by G.I. Jobs, a monthly magazine designed to help veterans make the transition from military service to the civilian workforce.

UofL has made the magazine’s list five years in a row.

 

Important Dates                 

 

Ten Week Term   June 3rd - Aug 12th

Summer Term II    June 3rd -Aug 12th

Summer Term III    July 9th - July 30th

Summer Degree Date Aug. 12, 2014

 

First Day of Fall 2014 semester Aug. 25th

 

Important Things to Know

  • Translate your military experience to a civilian career, here.
  • 10Ways to civilianize your resume, here.
  • UofL makes "Military Friendly" list for 2013, here.
  • Military.com Education Insider edition, here.
  • See what UofL Today has to say about OMVSS, here.
  • UofL named one of America's Top 25 'Best Neighbors', here.


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Things You Should Know...

Veterans Services Advisory Committee

In the Fall of 2008, the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs, Dr. Dale Billingsley, and the Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Tom Jackson charged a task force with identifying needs of veteran students at UofL.  The Military Advisory Group meets quarterly to address these needs.  

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  • Veterans student organization - UVO meets every Tue.
  • There are over 700 Veteran students on campus.
  • VA services are available every Thur in Houchens LL08.
  • You could save LOTS of money and test out of Gen Ed courses with CLEP.

 

recipe for success
  1. Register with the VA
  2. File your FAFSA every year
  3. Get your academic plan down firm
  4. communicate (say that 10x)
  5. get involved and stay connected
  6. find a mentor in your college
  7. start building resume with your core strengths
 
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