• Welcome Veterans! MVS is located on the 3rd floor of Thall, RM 301
  • 2nd Annual VETConnect Orientation: August 2016
    2nd Annual VETConnect Orientation: August 2016
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    GI Bill® Banner

Welcome to Military & Veterans Services 

Welcome and thank you for making the extraordinary decision to serve our country.  Military and Veteran Services (MVS) is the office to go to for any student using an educational benefit that is related to their (or their spouse/parent) military connection.  Students will make the MVS office their first choice in learning about those educational benefits and how to apply them to their college expenses. We are the primary resource within the university community for students using military benefits, information about programs offered, and to learn about opportunities such as the Student Armed Forces Association (SAFA).  The MVS office plays a central role on campus in raising awareness, educating the community and being vigilant about maintaining our status as a Military Friendly Institution. 

Important Benefits Information

If you are taking courses for J-Term and/or Spring, please complete the Benefits Request for Certification Form (RFC) (Late fees will be posted to your account after the UNH Billing deadline of Thursday, December 8th)

If you are in the Air or Army NH National Guard: You must submit your signed tuition waiver by the UNH deadline (12/8)

If you are using Chapter 1606 & Tuition Waiver: You must complete the RFC and submit your signed tuition waiver by the deadline. (12/8)

Click to View: Using your GI BIll Benefits during J-Term 

Special Events & Information

Showcased below are recent events, stories, and information. Additional information can also be found under the 'Events' tab in the left column. Updated regularly. 

 

A Veterans Story

Eric Muirhead, a U.S. Navy veteran and UNH student, is a participant in Northeast Passage’s PATH program

Tuition Waivers on the Rise

Modeling Confidence to Raise Self-Esteem

Featured Story in UNH Today..."Modeling Confidence to Raise Self Esteem: Wildcat Youth Mentors help adolscents find their way." Featuring UNH Student & Veteran, Dan Landry.