Nationally Ranked Top 20% Veteran Friendly Schools
The Veterans Oasis Center
The center is a place solely for veteran students to study, relax, and meet other veteran students. You can use the computers to prepare for classes, watch a movie on the large screen TV or enjoy a cup of coffee before class. You can participate in programs and services that will help you access supportive veterans' programs through State and Federal agencies to encourage success in the academic setting.
Veterans Task Force
Asnuntuck cares about its veterans. The Task Force is comprised of faculty, staff, and student veterans who want to ensure the needs of our students are being met.
Student Veterans Society
Get involved! Meet and work with other veterans to create programming and events geared toward veteran students. Advocate on the behalf of student veterans at the institutional, local, state, and national level.
Asnuntuck New Veterans' Checklist
Please use the above link for step-by-step directions to become a veteran student at ACC.
Please complete and submit this form each semester and return to Beth Egan to be certified.
Asnuntuck Veterans Coordinator/Certifying Officer
Beth Egan, Financial Aid Office 860.253.3030
Student Veterans Society
Jim Wilkinson, Faculty Area A 860.253.3181
Department of Veterans Affairs
Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans' Info Line 866.9CT.VETS (866.928.8387) www.ct.gov/ctva
Military One Source
Student Veterans of America
Veterans' Educational Programs/Benefits
CT Tuition Waivers or National Guard Tuition Assistance
The payment of 100% of tuition (General Fund courses) shall be waived for any veteran having served on active duty in time of war as defined in section 27-103(a) of the General Statutes, provided that the veteran was honorably discharged or released under honorable conditions from active service in the armed forces; and, is a resident of Connecticut at the time of registration. A (DD 214, Separation from active duty), or
(DD 215, Separation from active duty amended) is sufficient proof of separation status. Documentation must be presented to Beth Egan in the Financial Aid Office.
Connecticut National Guard Tuition Assistance - CT National Guard members will need to file an application with their unit before the beginning of each semester. The Certificate of Eligibility that is issued from the CT National Guard must be on file in the Financial Aid Office before the registration process can be completed.
Note: Tuition waivers are not provided for Summer Session, Winter Intersession, or Credit-Free Courses.
Veterans’ Educational Programs/Benefits
For returning active duty, National Guard and Reserve Service members, visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website at www.gibill.va.gov for specific information regarding VA Education Programs, Chapters 30, 31, 32, 33 Post 9/11, 34, 35, 1606, and 1607. Register to “Ask a Question” on Right-Now-Web if you are unable to find your answer in the general information section. Most VA Forms for students concerning educational assistance, including the initial Application for Benefits, can be downloaded from the education form section of this website. Or, call the toll-free telephone number 888.442.4551 (at prompt hit 1 to indicate touch-tone and then hit 0) to reach an Educational Case Manager.
A search engine for approved, in-state, residential training programs is at www.ctdhe.org and a search engine to find all training facilities which have approved programs can be found at www.gibill.va.gov.
General inquiries about VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment services should be addressed to 800.827.1000. Information and the application can be obtained from the VA website at www.gibill.va.gov. Applications should be sent to the local office at VA Hartford Office, P.O. Box 310909, Newington, CT 06131-0909.
Connecticut Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Veterans’ Info Line – 866.9CT.VETS (866.928.8387) or visit www.ct.gov/ctva
Need to translate your Military Experience to Civilian Experience?
Below is a link that will help you.