photo of students talkingWright State strives to provide students with academic and non-academic support through programs, services, and resources while attending Wright State University.

Need help writing a paper? Looking for a resource or advocate for women's rights? Do you feel overwhelmed or anxious? Looking for Wright State University recreational activities? Fear taking tests? Want tutoring or help finding a job?

The links on this page will help you find these answers and more.

Department of Veterans Affairs

veterans affairs sealThe source for many services and benefits for veterans and military-connected individuals, the VA website is very thorough and visitor-friendly. The forms you need for educational benefits are just some of the many resources you will find here. Visit VA site »

For questions about education benefits, please contact the VA Regional Office in St. Louis, MO through phone at 1-888-442-4551 or mail at PO Box 66830 St. Louis, MO 63166-6830.

Federal, State, & Local Resources for Veterans

Additional Resources

  • Military Times Edge
    This supplemental magazine found in subscriber copies of Air Force Times, Army Times, Marine Corps Times, and Navy Times. EDGE informs service members of issues and resources they can access for their educational and professional lives.
  • Military One Source
    Military OneSource is a 24-hours, 7-days-a-week, toll-free information and referral telephone service and website available worldwide to active duty, Reserve, and National Guard military members and their families.
  • TurboTap
    Focues on global "next steps" upon returning from deployment.
  • Job-hunt.org
    The Veteran's job search, editor and publisher of Job-hunt.org, Susan P. Joyce, is a Vietnam-era Veteran of the United States Marine Corps.
  • GI Jobs.com
    Career-relevant articles, job fairs, and employer listings.
  • The Simple Dollar
    The ultimate tax guide for veterans.