Veterans Services administers various veterans’ and dependents’ educational assistance benefit programs of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs for students attending this institution. The Veterans Affairs Office (VAO) is part of the Northwest Florida State College Office of Financial Aid, not the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA).
Our goal is to provide information and guidance about entitlements, filing claims to the DVA, certifying enrollments, and other supportive services for veteran students and eligible dependents enrolled at Northwest Florida State College. We at the Veterans Affairs Office are here to serve you. Take full advantage of our expertise, and gain the most you can from this once-in-a-lifetime educational opportunity.
New students are highly encouraged to make their initial inquiries for VA applications at the Veterans Affairs Office at the Niceville Main Campus.
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Veterans Office Forms and Resources
Veterans Success Center
The Veterans Success Center provides a one-stop shop to expand educational opportunities, transitional services and career services for veterans and their families. The Center offers a tranquil, professional and respectful location, including state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology, where veterans and their family members can study or pursue other scholastic assignments. Additionally, the Veterans Success Center creates a cooperative community for veterans and provides resources for leadership, support, advisement and campus engagement.
VetSuccess on Campus (VSOC)
VetSuccess on Campus (VSOC) is a program through the Veterans Benefits Administration that places an experienced Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor directly on campus to assist & support Veteran students and their eligible family members. This counselor will serve as a “one-stop liaison” for Veterans on campus. All student Veterans, Active Duty Service members, and Dependents attending Northwest Florida State College can access the Department of Veterans Affairs through a full-time VA Counselor.
Contact Maronda Clark, VetSuccess Counselor at NWF State College, at [email protected], or by phone at (850) 678-5111 ext. 6752
VetSuccess on Campus (VSOC) Counselor can assist you with:
- Information on VA benefits such as life insurance, Home Loan Guaranty, Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment, and VA education benefits
- Guidance and support while using your VA educational benefits
- Vocational exploration and assistance in selecting a suitable career
- Assistance with referrals to VA Medical Centers and local Vet Centers
- Information on submitting a claim for disability compensation
- Employment information and assistance
- Locating community and other resources