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Welcome to Student Veterans Association at the University of South Florida.


          The purpose of the Student Veterans Association at University of South Florida is an independent student run organization that collaborates with the Office of Veteran Services, the Veteran Research and Reintegration Steering Committee, and USF faculty, staff or student focused organizations on campus. The SVA strives to further the social, physical and educational well-being of the veteran community.

 

           Our mission is to assist in the reintegration of student veterans from military life to a campus setting by fostering intellectual development through social engagement, promoting physical fitness/wellness, and by actively engaging student veterans in USF’s commitment to veteran wellbeing, community and academic reintegration and veteran centered research.

For General  Information about SVA@USF, Contact USFSVA@Gmail.com

(Student Veterans of America)

Join the Student Veterans Association on FACEBOOK

https://www.facebook.com/groups/SVAUSF

https://www.facebook.com/USFSVA

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  1. Maureen A. Fuller
    March 17th, 2010 at 10:17 | #1

    Hi – How do I join? I’m in the enrollment process for the College of Business MBA Program. I’m retired USAF and have just been awarded the new Post 9/11 GI Bill. What a blessing! I have had a little trouble getting around to know what to do on USF, so once I get up to speed on the process, I would love to help other Veterans. The process can be very intimidating when your used to doing everything at the Education Center on base. Thanks, Maureen

  2. rcolbert
    March 22nd, 2010 at 00:50 | #2

    Just show up for one of our meetings or Join us via Blackboard.

  3. April 25th, 2012 at 14:26 | #3

    After looking at the 2008 sclehude, I see that there is no sclehude for Louisiana, anywhere. I am from Louisiana and I find this very upsetting, along with other vets I have spoken to. What can be done about this? We thought you were here to assist vets around the country? What happened to Louisiana?

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