Veterans and Student Service Members
We are proud to support veteran students and student service members through coaching, programs, and workshops. The CLDC has partnered with the Veteran and Student Service Center for many years to provide opportunities for students. Consider working with one of our coaches in career coaching, leadership coaching, or a mock interview to prepare for success during your time in school and to feel confident about your post-graduation plans. Schedule with a coach using the Handshake platform. Visit our About Handshake page to learn more about the tool and how to log in the first time.
The purpose of Ohio University’s Veteran and Military Student Services Center is to provide, facilitate, and coordinate programs and services as effectively as possible for you and your family members. We strive to assist you in making a successful transition to the Ohio University community and support you through your academic careers. The Director serves as the central point of contact for students with a dedicated network of OHIO University Veterans Points of Contact serving as additional resources.
Complete the commuter student application to utilize numerous resources for commuter students including tutoring, lounge space, and academic advising.
Counseling & Psychological Services provides services to the campus community to support mental health and well-being. Individual appointments and drop in services are available, as well as a 24-hour phone line (740.593.1616). Couples and group counseling opportunities are also available through CPS.
Veteran and Military Transition Center is a one-stop website for employment, training, and financial help after military service.
Use this tool to explore career options, research industries, and find careers related to your military job.
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