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Resources for Student Veterans

There are many local and national agencies and resources available to Westminster’s military community, and we have compiled an extensive list that may be helpful to our Student Veterans during their time at Westminster and beyond.

Please note that Westminster does not necessarily endorse the views or facts presented by the external agency listings.

Statewide Veteran's Resources | National Veteran's Resources

 

Westminster College Resources 

Admissions Office
From city streets to mountaintops, from small classes to big opportunities for hands-on learning, from the liberal arts and sciences to specialized professional and graduate programs: No other college or university in the country offers you the distinctive combination of advantages and resources that together create Westminster's unique environment for learning.
 
Counseling Services
Counseling services are available to all registered students through the Counseling Center. Depression, anxiety, relationship issues, alcohol and drug problems, and family dysfunction are some of the common reasons for seeking counseling services. Services are provided in a comfortable office in the lower level of Shaw. Counseling is confidential and provided at no charge. Appointments may be scheduled in person, by telephone, or email.

Phone Numbers to talk to someone24/7:

 
VA Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) and press "1" to be routed to the Veterans Hotline. Reach a trained counselor 24/7
Lifeline for Vets: 1-888-777-4443 This service is offered through the National Veterans Foundation. You will call Lifeline for Vets you will reach another veteran of American's armed forces 
 
Career Resource Center
The mission of the Career Resource Center is to collaborate with faculty to provide students and alumni with the guidance and resources necessary to enhance their skills in career planning and exploration, job search strategies, and preparation for professional careers or graduate school as contributing citizens of a dynamic global society.
 
Disability Services
Westminster College seeks to provide equal access in higher education to academically qualified students with physical, learning, and psychiatric disabilities. The START Center works with departments throughout the college to help ensure that programs and facilities are accessible to all members of the college community. Disability Services (DS) is located in the START Center in Carleson Hall. If you have questions regarding services for students with disabilities, please call 801.832.2280.
 
504/ADAAA Coordinator
Susan Heath
Email: sheath@westminstercollege.edu
Phone: 801.832.2283

Disability Services Coordinator
Ginny DeWitt
Email: gdewitt@westminstercollege.edu
Phone: 801.832.2281
 
Financial Aid
At Westminster, we are firmly committed to making our top-ranked private college an affordable choice for every admitted student, regardless of a family's financial means.

If you qualify for admittance to Westminster, we will work with you--individually--through every step of the financial aid process. We will help you to identify all the achievement-based scholarships and need-based grants and loans for which you are eligible and walk you through the application process.