The Grand Opening of the Daniel & Gayle D’Aniello Building, home to the National Veterans Resource Center has been postponed.

Due to the evolving situation with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and to best protect members of our campus community and our guests, we are postponing the grand opening of the National Veterans Resource Center at the Daniel & Gayle D’Aniello building originally scheduled for April 17th, 2020. We will announce a new date as soon as possible.

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What is the NVRC?

The National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) represents an unprecedented commitment by Syracuse University to cultivate and lead innovative academic, government, and community collaborations positioned to empower those who have served in defense of the nation. This state-of-the-art facility, spearheaded by a transformational gift from Dan ’68 and Gayle D’Aniello, will serve as the center of veteran life on the campus of Syracuse University, in the local community, and across Central New York. Specifically, the NVRC will function as a bridge to forging public-private partnerships, a collaborative space to nurture academic research and actionable programming, and a forum to facilitate collaborative thought leadership – all for the purpose of advancing the social, economic, and wellness concerns of the nation’s veterans and their families.

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Why Syracuse University?

Syracuse University has an extensive history dating back to World War I when it comes to supporting veterans and military-connected students. Most notably was after World War II, SU Chancellor Tolley helped write the G.I. Bill and was a major contributing factor in helping veterans receive a higher education. This type of dedication to military-connected students and veterans continues today in a variety ways.

Why the NVRC is located at Syracuse University