Campus & Community Resources

The Veterans Resource Center is your hub for information, tools and resources you need to make the successful transition to college life. To help you reach your educational, professional and personal goals, we have collected the following list of resources available on our campus and in our community.

Degree Roadmaps

Degree Roadmaps serve as a guide for students’ academic planning. Roadmaps are NOT a replacement for academic advising. Students are encouraged to meet with an advisor each semester to assist in planning and review their progress. Without proper planning the path to a degree can be difficult!

The Career Center

The Career Center offers a wide range of counseling, career, and employment services to CSUDH students, including veterans, who are looking to succeed in and beyond the classroom. Visit the Career Center website.

Employment Opportunities
Financial Aid
Extended Education Resources
G.I. Bill

The following websites provide a wealth of information on understanding and accessing educational benefits available through the G.I. Bill.

Family Assistance

Returning to civilian life can be a challenging transition for family members as well as veterans. The following websites provide a range of resources for families and dependents of veterans.

California Department of Veterans Affairs

The Department of Veterans Affairs provides information for California veterans and their families on locating housing, accessing services, finding jobs, qualifying for educational benefits. and more. Visit the California Department of Veterans Affairs website.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website includes a wealth of resources and information on programs, services, and benefits available to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Click on the links below for specific areas of interest.

The Soldiers Project

This organization, comprised of licensed medical professionals, offers free psychological treatment to veterans and active duty military service members who have served or expect to serve in the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan. Learn more about the Soldiers Project.


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