Campus Staff and Faculty Resources

Veteran & Military-Connected Awareness Training

The Veteran & Military staff conduct training for campus staff, faculty, and students who work with student-veterans and military-connected students. The training includes transition issues, military life-style, GI Bill information, classroom strategies, and a student panel. Offices and individuals who attend the training are awarded a magent to display in their area.

Awareness Trg Magnet.PNG

Spring Semester Awareness Training:

TBD: Check back for details.

RSVP to amanda.watkins@wright.edu

Offices that have completed training:

  • Career Center
  • College of Nursing and Health
  • Student Affairs
  • University College
  • University Libraries

To schedule a training for your department or college (minimum of 10 attendees), please email or call:

Amanda Watkins, Associate Director

937-775-5549

amanda.watkins@wright.edu

We offer the training to the campus as a whole at least once a term. Check WSU email list-servs (staff, faculty, and announce) for training dates and times.

Faculty Syllabus Recommendation

Per the VA Campus Toolkit (http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/studentveteran/docs/ed_syllabus.html):

Creating a syllabus that reflects awareness of student Veterans as a student group can communicate your interest and respect for their service and success in school.

One possibility is to include a Veteran-friendly statement in your syllabus. This one has been used at a number of different universities.

"Veterans and active duty military personnel with special circumstances (e.g., upcoming deployments, drill requirements, disabilities) are welcome and encouraged to communicate these, in advance if possible, to the instructor."