UND Student Success Center makes improvements for veterans
Student Success Center makes improvements for veterans
In an effort to better serve the University of North Dakota’s veteran and nontraditional* student populations, the UND Student Success Center welcomes Jessica Rosencrans, the new veteran & nontraditional student services coordinator.
The Student Success Center is located on the second floor of the UND Memorial Union.
In addition, with support from Lori Reesor, vice president for student affairs, a new veterans student lounge is set to open spring 2015.
Rosencrans has been serving in her coordinator capacity since August. She provides advocacy for UND’s veteran and nontraditional student populations when it comes to dealings with other current students, faculty and staff. Within the past six months, work has been done to streamline the process for students that are using education benefits and to update the website.
Rosencrans formerly served as the adult re-entry coordinator at UND.
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Carol Anson continues her role as UND’s Certifying Official to process education benefits for veteran/military students, spouses and their dependents. She is an award-winning resource for all questions relating to veterans affairs certification of courses and about GI Bill benefits.
Veteran & nontraditional student services is housed within the UND’s Student Success Center, a subunit of student academic services within the UND Division of Student Affairs.
*A nontraditional student is defined as any individual that is working on his/her undergraduate degree and is 25+ years of age or a member of the military.