WUVets End of Semester BBQ Join WUVets this Sunday, April 29th from 11 am - ? at Forest Park picnic area #5 to celebrate the end of the semester with a fully catered Salt and Smoke BBQ. This event is family friendly and BYOB. To attend, RSVP at http://bit.ly/2qRTyzr. A map of Forest Park is available […]
Student Spotlight Angie Peacock, Master of Social Work candidate and WUVets President, represented WashU when she was featured on the March 12th edition of St. Louis on the Air, where host Don Marsh talked with her and two other local Army veterans about women as a growing force among student veterans at universities across the region and how St. Louis’ student […]
Student Spotlight Jesse Herman is a Master of Social Work candidate and the new Veteran Student Services Intern in the Office of Military and Veteran Services. He supports the office’s work across the university, engaging directly with student veterans and assisting in the office’s administration. Jesse is a U.S. Army veteran, Brown School student, and active […]
Veteran Ally Training Pilot Testing We have 5 slots for students to participate in a dry run of WashU’s Veteran Ally training this Monday, February 12th at 3:15 pm, in Danforth University Center (DUC) room 248. Light refreshments will be provided. The Veteran Ally program will facilitate a network of faculty, staff and administrators committed to […]
Student Spotlight Congratulations to Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet Cormac O’Halloran, senior Political Science major in the College of Arts & Sciences, who was named as one of the top ten Army cadets in the nation. Ten college seniors from universities across the country have been selected by Cadet Command as the top Army […]
Student Veteran Spotlight Congratulations to Ed Tjaden, 3rd year Law student and Army veteran, who is one of 10 students selected nationally for the 2018 VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship, a unique opportunity for student veterans to make their voices heard on Capitol Hill and with other organizations in the veterans' advocacy space. Ed will travel to the VFW […]
Congratulations December graduates! Veterans graduating this semester may pick up red, white and blue recognition cords to wear at the December Recognition Ceremony and/or May Commencement from this office (Umrath 121) or from the Liberman Graduate Center (DUC 300) before December 2nd.
Happy Veterans Day! Congratulations to our student veterans from WUVets, OVA and Law SVA for yesterday evening’s outstanding celebration with U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth, former VA Secretary Bob McDonald, small business expert Darcella Craven, small business owner and Brown School alumnus Tim Smith, and Law School professor John Inazu. These individuals represent the diversity of […]
As you prepare for the Spring semester, this is a reminder to notify your respective VA certifying official if you intend to use VA benefits next semester.
Did You Know? Servicemembers and veterans of the U.S. military can receive a 1-year free premium career subscription to LinkedIn.
Please join WUVets and LinkedIn for the 2nd webinar in the LinkedIn training series happening this Wednesday.
Did You Know? All currently enrolled Washington University student veterans and servicemembers receive automatic access to recreation facilities, free of charge.