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Resources for Veterans

"It’s important to remember that you are never truly “on your own.” Strengthen your relationship with your Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. They are always right there with you. “Be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest” (Joshua 1:9)."
Charlotte Larcabal

On-Campus Resources

Office of Belonging
The Office of Belonging can help veterans get involved with focus groups, panel presentations, research projects, and student councils.

Financial Aid Office
Angie Thomas is the Veterans Aid Counselor and is the liaison between BYU and the VA. She can help student veterans, dependents of veterans, and national guard members access their benefits. This includes applying for benefits, certifications of enrollment, and tuition assistance.

VA Club
The club’s goal is to help veterans as they transition, maximize benefits, and learn how to network. More information can be found on this flyer and on LinkedIn.

Church Resources

Military Relations and Chaplain Services
This page outlines the Church’s resources for military members, their families, and their leaders. Such resources include frequently asked questions, access to military relations senior missionaries, Latter-day Saint chaplains, and more.

General conference addresses relating to military experiences.

Off Campus Resources
Be thoughtful and prayerful when considering community and online resources. Look for options that support the principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and lead participants to make and keep sacred covenants with Him. “By their fruits ye shall know them.” (Matthew 7:20)