If you want to contact the University Veterans Affairs Office click HERE
Green Zones represent Veteran-Friendly areas on campus where Student Veterans can find assistance from faculty and staff members for virtually any issue. Green Zone certified personnel are motivated individuals who have received special training in the unique challenges faced by Student Veterans. If you see the Green Zone sticker around campus, you will find a faculty or staff member who is prepared to assist you and/or your family in navigating the rigors of the college experience.
The Counseling and Training Clinic at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is facilitating free and confidential support for the military, including active duty, reserves, guard and veterans. The group is designed to help participants who suffer from the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), sexual assault, and traumatic experiences. The group will meet weekly, on Tuesday evenings, from 6-7 p.m. in room 2014 of the Natural Resource Center. To join, call Dr. Yvonne Castillo at ext. 3995.
The SVO is open to all students, veteran or non-veteran. The SVO was established to assist veterans with the transition from military to civilian life by creating a social and professional support network; to encourage scholarship, leadership and community outreach; to raise awareness and understanding of veteran issues on campus, in the local community and nationally; and to unite TAMU-CC student veterans to facilitate camaraderie.
Through a Home Depot Grant, the Student Veterans Organization TAMU-CC Chapter has outfitted a new Veterans Lounge
Located in University Center, Room 210