Please review the FAQ found here for questions regarding Veteran Affairs students and COVID-19.
Veterans, Active Duty and Family - We are here to help
- Need help with classes, technology support, book lending, housing, health & wellness or finances? Veterans Services can help.
- Student Veterans of America-Mesa Community College Chapter - SVA meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month in the Veteran's office - VSO. Club advisor: Steven Bragg. Steven.Bragg@mesacc.edu. 480-461-7970.
- Connect with your Academic Advisor once you have decided on a degree plan and/or major. If unsure of degree plan and/or major, the VSO can connect you with Career Services and Career Coach which can help you decide a Career path and then match your college plan to that goal.
- An Individual Education Completion Plan (IECP) is required by the VA for all new and returning students in order to use your education benefits. The IECP is a form completed by the student and their academic advisor that list all the courses you will take within your career or degree plan. The IECP is found on the reverse side of the New Student and Returning Student Checklists provided by the VSO.
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