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Not all students enter college with a clear understanding of what they want to study. To assist students in making important decisions about their program of study, HBCUs, MSIs, PBIs. Colleges and Universities Academic Resource Centers are staffed by attentive counselors who are equipped with the information veteran students need to discover the major or training that is right for them. Even for students who enter College with a specific major in mind, the Academic Resource Center can help them to explore their options.  Veterans seeking assistance with selecting a career path, post- graduate study or marketing skills can get support from the staff at the Career Services Center. Services offered include: academic and career assessments, special programs, resources and industry information to help you explore your options. Services may be offered in person or online. 

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UVSS is a Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM)  higher education training Company for Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and Veterans with disabilities.  Making the transition from military to college life can be challenging. To assist with this transition, UVSS provides several support and mentoring programs that are available to Veterans through military-friendly institutions with flexible policies that allow mobile service members and their families to complete STEM degrees rather than just accumulate course credit.