Getting the Most out of VA Education Benefits / GI Bill® at Prescott College
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Thank You For Your Service
Prescott College would like to thank our Veterans and Active Service Members for their service to our country. We hope that you enjoy your time at Prescott College and wish you the best success in your educational goals. As part of this, we at Prescott College become certified as an Arizona Veteran Supportive Campus.
Approved in late Spring 2011, Senate Bill 1373, section 41-609, established the certification criteria by which the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services (ADVS) can designate an institution as an Arizona Veterans Supportive Campus.
For information or questions regarding veterans’ education at Prescott College, use the below contact:
As the first private college in Arizona certified as a Veterans Supportive Campus, we continually strive to better support veterans and military families. With all programs based in the liberal arts, the environment and social justice, Prescott College’s small class sizes and award-winning experiential and practical based learning approach offers an option otherwise not available in Arizona or much of the nation. Many veterans find that our unique approach to experiential education is an ideal fit for their approach to learning.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) employs student veterans and offers the following services: peer support for student veterans and military family members; orientation sessions; one-stop resource center for college, community, state, and national resources; community outreach and collaboration of veteran services; and ongoing involvement in the education/training of the college community in regards to veteran culture.
The VRC is only open during the Fall and Spring Semesters and has various office hours. You can contact the Veterans Resource Center at 928-350-1108.
Veteran and Military Family Club
Based on the interest of current students, Veteran and Military Family Club can provide a supportive community for students, friends, and family members of those who have served or are currently serving the Armed Forces. The club can offer opportunities for networking, a place to meet and discuss ideas for addressing the needs of student veterans, and opportunities for team-building and community outreach. By cultivating this group the Veteran and Military Family club will be able to adequately assist the Prescott College community in supporting, understanding, embracing, and working cohesively with Veteran, Active Duty and Reserve service members, their friends and their families.