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Resources for Veterans

Are you on active duty, a reservist or no longer serving? This pathfinder is set up to provide you with the tools to navigate vast informational resources available on veteran’s health issues and benefits, educational needs, employment opportunities and community connections. These books are located at the Ivy Tech Community College Northeast Library only. For additional resources outside of the Ivy Tech Library please check Veterans' Resources Blog. Please click on the tabs above to view books on education, employment, health, VA benefits and more. 

 

Ivy Tech Veterans Affairs

The Veterans Affairs Office serves as a liaison between students who are veterans, their dependents and the Department of Veteran Affairs. The office assists students with veteran status and dependents of service disabled or deceased veterans with their educational benefits. As a veteran you may be eligible for financial assistance towards advancing your education.

Ivy Tech Community College is honored to be approved for enrollment certification of students eligible to receive educational assistance (G.I. Bill) from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.). If you have any questions, please contact your local Veteran Affairs Certifying Official (VACO).

The Veterans Affairs office for Ivy Tech Northeast is on the Colesium Campus, room 1264.  Call them at (260) 481-2204.

 

Statistics

For more statistcs about veterans check http://www.va.gov/vetdata/index.asp

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of the Actuary, Veteran Population Projection Model (VetPop), 2007. Prepared by the National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics

 

Acronyms

ALS – Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
CHAMPVA – Civilian Health and Medical Program of VA
CLC – Community Living Center
C&P – Compensation and Pension
COE – Certificate of Eligibility
CRDP – Concurrent Retirement and Disability Payments
CRSC – Combat-Related Special Compensation
CWT – Compensated Work Therapy
CZTE – Combat Zone Tax Exclusion
DIC – Dependency and Indemnity Compensation
DoD — Department of Defense
FHA – Federal Housing Administration
FSGLI – Family Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance
HUD – Department of Housing and Urban Development
IRR – Individual Ready Reserve
MGIB – Montgomery GI Bill
MIA – Missing in Action
NPRC – National Personnel Records Center
NSLI – National Service Life Insurance
OEF – Operation Enduring Freedom
OIF – Operation Iraqi Freedom
OPM – Office of Personnel Management
POW — Prisoner of War
PTSD – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
SAH – Specially Adapted Housing
SBA – Small Business Administration
SSI – Supplemental Security Income
S-DVI – Service-Disabled Veterans’ Insurance
SGLI – Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance
SSB – Special Separation Benefits
TAP – Transition Assistance Program
TSGLI – Traumatic Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance
USCIS – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
USDA – U.S. Department of Agriculture
VA – Department of Veterans Affairs
VEAP – Veterans Educational Assistance Program
VEOA – Veterans’ Employment Opportunities Act
VGLI – Veterans’ Group Life Insurance
VHA – Veterans Health Administration
VMET – Verification of Military Experience and Training
VMLI – Veterans’ Mortgage Life Insurance
VR&E – Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
VSI – Voluntary Separation Incentive
WAAC – Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps
WASPs – Women Air Force Service Pilots

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