SU's Veterans Resource Center


SU VA Benefits Request Form

Yellow Ribbon Participation - 2015-16 (pdf)



GI Bill Helpline

U.S. Department of
Veterans Affairs

VA CareerScope

NYS Department of
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National Resource Directory

Google for Veterans

Syracuse University

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Useful Documents

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GI Bulge

Veterans Resource Center
700 University Ave., Room 107
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Veterans Lounge
700 University Ave., Room 310
Monday-Thursday 1-8 p.m.
Friday 1-4 p.m.
Summer hours vary.





SU’s Veterans Resource Center:
Dedicated to providing the services you need as you pursue your education

SU VRC logoAs a veteran of the U.S. armed forces, you have earned educational benefits. We are pleased that you are considering Syracuse University as you plan your future. Our proud history of serving veterans dates back to World War II, when SU ranked nationally among the leaders in veteran enrollment. We remain committed to supporting those who have served our country, and recently established the Veterans Resource Center—housed at University College, 700 University Avenue—to provide the services you need as you pursue your education.

View our SU Veterans Resource Center brochure and informational flyer.

Of Interest


On Novermber 11, 2015, Syracuse University celebrated Veterans Day with a ceremony at Hendricks Chapel. Brigadier General Michael A. Fantini, U.S. Air Force, was the keynote speaker.  Syracuse University student and Marine Corps veteran Jordan Lindsay Robinson were masters of ceremonies.


On Wednesday, May 6, 2015, Syracuse University recognized graduating student veterans with a ceremony and reception. During the ceremony, Chancellor Syverud presented graduates with a red, white, and blue honor cord to wear proudly at other events throughout graduation weekend.

Click here to view photos of the celebration.

Vets Commencement Celebration

Paige Carlotti, Margaret Clevenger, and Nicholas Ferreiro talk with students at Syracuse using the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill about their experiences overseas and at the University. Click the image to view the full video.

Wear Orange
The number of military veterans attending Syracuse University has more than tripled since 2006, thanks to the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill and the university's efforts to recruit and retain veterans. Click the image to view the full video. Newhouse Video
Developed in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase & Co., Syracuse University now offers a Veterans Career Transition Program (VCTP) to prepare veterans for technology careers.
A useful list of colleges, universities (including Syracuse Unversity) and trade schools nationwide that offer veterans the best education, value, and welcome.
As part of the “RETURN THE FAVOR” Discount Program (Find & Assist Vets of Record), eligible Onondaga County residents will be issued an I.D. card identifying them as a qualified, honorably discharged veteran of any of the U.S. Armed Forces.
The Veterans Resource Center opened at University College in August 2009 to provide student veterans with a personalized set of services from recruitment to degree completion. Click the image to view the full video.
Open House


Syracuse University Veterans Resource Center • 315-443-9297 •
700 University Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13244