Our Commitment To You
The Office of Veterans Affairs at Volunteer State Community College is honored to be able to serve students who are serving or have served in the United States Armed Forces and their dependents.
You and your family have protected our freedom; now we are here to help you get a better education.
2014 Vets Next Steps panel discussion
Veterans who are interested in attending Volunteer State Community College can get information and help with processing forms from this office.
Veterans, qualified dependents of veterans, and members of the selected reserve who enroll at Vol State under the VA Educational Assistance Program receive assistance in clarifying objectives, establishing career goals and making life/career choices. The Veterans Affairs Coordinator meets with each student who participates under the VA Educational Assistance Program, explains VA eligibility requirements and acts to ensure that all VA and institutional requirements are understood and met.
Approval for Vol State to offer VA training comes with some conditions. Students receiving such benefits must have a degree or certificate plan which must be followed to receive benefits. Take only classes that fulfill your plan. Any Developmental/Remedial classes taught online are not eligible for benefits. If you are not sure if the class you will be taking will be certified for attendance to the VA, contact the VA coordinator's office to find out for certain.
The Department of Education and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have provided tools to assist propective students in making informed decisions about how to pay for college. Here is a list of websites to assist in researching colleges:
More information about your rights as a veteran is available at US Veterans Affairs Web Site.
Contact the Vol State Office of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Affairs Coordinator
Ramer bldg, rm 183
1480 Nashville Pike
Gallatin, TN 37066