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Need to Know Info:

For incoming Veteran students, if you have disabilities that inhibit your performance in the classroom please check with the Disability Resource Center. For information about sign-up for these services click here.

For Military females and veterans there is a number of resources relevant to not only your Education, but your Health, and Well-being as well. For a list of these resources you can click here.

Below are a list of scholarships for Graduate  and Undergraduate Students, take advantage of these quickly as some of them are ending very soon.


PLEASE READ: UCA STUDENT VETERANS AND DEPENDENTS

Welcome Letter to Veterans and Students: Welcome student Veterans And Dependents

For new students: Program Completion Plan

Champ VA Contact Information:

  • Phone #: 1-800-733-8387
  • Fax #: 303-331-7809

NOTICE: Any Veteran seeking to file a Compensation & Pension Claim with the VA should take note of these two sources for information on pre-/post application. Click here for eligibility requirements and how to apply. Click here for information on the Compensation & Pension Exam.

There is around 2.2 billion dollars worth of military scholarships, to find what your eligible for as a military veteran, dependent, or spouse please check our scholarships tab above. To make your search easier Click here  for a military scholarship finder or  Click here  for a civilian version.

Good to Know Info:

If you’re a veteran check out the SVRC located right here at UCA in room 206D at Old Main.  Click here to visit their site.

ATTENTION: Guard and Reserve must read.  Click Here.

Want to know more about The Washington Center (VET) Initiative?  Click here

Chapter Benefits:  Make sure to familiarize yourself with the chapter of benefits you are using.  The more you know, the more you can benefit.

Ch. 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill)

Ch. 30 (Montgomery GI Bill)

Ch. 31 (VR&E)

Ch. 35 (DEA)

Ch. 1606 (MGIB SR)

Ch. 1607 (REAP)


The University of Central Arkansas is proud to assist veterans from all branches of service as they work toward achieving their educational goals.  The University works with the Department of Veterans Affairs as well as other federal and state agencies to provided educational assistance to those who have served our country.  If you have questions regarding your VA benefits or how we can help you, please contact Veteran Services at (501) 852-2999 or come by our office in Harrin Hall Room 223 A/B.