The Office of Military and Veteran Services is Washington University’s focal point for military and veteran matters, to include transitioning military-connected students into higher education, providing and connecting students with programs and services, and partnering across campus and in the community.

Our services include:

  • Advising current and prospective military-connected students
  • Advising students on how to maximize their Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs educational benefits
  • Supporting military-connected students with questions, concerns or issues impacting them
  • Supporting faculty and staff who work with student veterans
  • Facilitating connection between veterans and non-veterans
  • Providing and supporting veteran-unique programming
    • Social and professional development events
    • Peer mentoring and sponsorship
    • Veteran orientation
  • Connecting students to campus and community resources

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Office Information

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 9 am – 12 pm and 1-4 pm

Please note that we will be closed on the following dates:

July 15-19

Other times available upon request; please call or email for appointment.

Office Location

Danforth Campus
Umrath Hall, Room 121

Map to Office of Military and Veteran Services

Mailing Address

Military and Veteran Services
Washington University in St. Louis
One Brookings Drive
Campus Box 1175
St. Louis, MO 63130

Office Staff

Jennifer Goetz

Veteran Student Services Advisor

Jennifer Goetz is the Veteran Student Services Advisor and coordinates efforts across the university’s schools, divisions, and units to effectively serve our military and veteran community. Jen is a veteran social worker, Brown School alumna and Air Force Reservist.


Kelley McCall

Military and Veteran Services Graduate Intern

Kelley McCall is a Military and Veteran Services Graduate Intern and a dual Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health candidate at the Brown School, with a concentration in American Indian/Alaska Native studies. She supports the office’s work across the university, engaging directly with student veterans, and researching and implementing masters-level projects and initiatives. Her interests lie in enhancing current healthcare needs for culturally diverse populations while supporting all individuals to reach their potential and pursue higher education goals.