Veteran Legacy Fund
Chancellor Kent Syverud has made a commitment to not only honor our historical legacy of support to veterans and military-connected students, but add a new chapter to the Syracuse University story of service to those who have worn the cloth of the nation.
Many times throughout America’s history, our young servicemen and women have answered the call of duty. The time has now come to answer Chancellor Syverud’s call.
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs at Syracuse University has established the Veteran Legacy Fund (VLF) to support all programs that benefit our veteran and military-connected students on campus.
“The OVMA provided me with opportunities to utilize the professional skills learned during my undergraduate studies as well as the deep-rooted leadership and discipline I received in the Army. These opportunities have set me up for greater success as I graduate and begin my career.” Anthony Pegues ’17, Martin J. Whitman School of Management, U.S. Army Veteran
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Where is the need?
The following opportunities represent only a selection of the needs of our veteran and military-connected students.
Even in the face of VA educational benefits and ROTC tuition assistance, affordability remains a significant barrier for veterans and military-connected students to attend or complete their degree at Syracuse University.
The Veteran Career Services staff is exclusively dedicated to supporting all career development and other employment-related initiatives for veteran and military-connected students on or off-campus at Syracuse University.
Programs and Organizations
The Student Veterans Organization (SVO), Veteran Employee Affinity Group, Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (PAVE) program and the Transitioning Veterans to Campus Life Pre-Orientation program all provide resources to foster and promote a sense of community on campus and throughout the region.
Ceremonies and Honors
From the Chancellor’s Review of Army and Air Force ROTC cadets to the numerous ceremonies conducted during the week of Veterans Day, we seek to commemorate and honor the veteran and military-connected community.