Veterans & Military Resources
VMR in your Dean of Students Office oversees the “to and through” process. VMR assist veterans with a range of services including setting up their GI Bill and engaging with the campus community through alumni relations.
Where do I get information about the GI Bill?
For information about the GI Bill, please visit our Veterans and Military Resources page.
Are there mental health support services for veterans and military affiliated students?
Yes, DU’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology is home to the Sturm Center. The Sturm Center provides mental health services to veterans and the military affiliated community.
How do I get involved with the Student Veterans Association?
DU is home to a vibrant Student Veterans Association (SVA), for more information please e-mail email@example.com. Or, visit your Crimson Connect and search “SVA”.
Should I waive my DU health insurance?
In most instances the GI Bill will pay for your DU Health Insurance and it we recommend that our GI Bill users maintain their DU Health Insurance to support quick access to medical attention when necessary.
What is considered "full-time" on the GI Bill?
Full-time is based on your level of study. Graduate students are at the full-time rate when they are at 8 credit hours per term (quarter or semester), and undergraduate students are considered full-time at 12 credit hours per term. Please note: these calculations vary when applied to the summer term. For more information on Summer Term please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.