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Veterans Resource Center

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Veterans Resource Center (VRC) Contact Information:

               

  Currently, remote support is available Monday through Friday, 8am - 4:30pm”

                Va.gibill@vvc.edu

                (760) 245-4271 extension 2245

                http://www.vvc.edu/veterans/index.shtml

                For VA related questions go to https://www.va.gov/

                Office Hours: 8:00am-4:30pm

 

 We hope everyone is doing well.  We want to let you know that our services are still   available and our standard of operations remain the same.  If you have questions   about your GIBill Benefits or Financial Aid status please call or email us.  Our   Counseling & Tutoring Services have moved to an online platform that can be found   by clicking on the following link:

 http://vvcforme.com/pubinfomktg/2020/03/21/vvc-guidance-counseling-info-march-   2020/

http://vvcforme.com/pubinfomktg/2020/03/26/vvc-tutoring-academic-support-march-2020/

 Stay Safe,

 VRC Staff

 

 

Attention GIBill Recipients and Family members: No adjustments to certifications are being submitted based on the temporary suspension of on campus classes and labs. At this time there is legislation happening to address issues regarding GIBill recipients. We would advise you to refer to the Department of Veterans Affairs website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/ on a daily basis for the most up to date information. You may also call the VA Education National Call Center at (888) 442-4551 for further assistance. Thank you.

Victor Valley College welcomes all student veterans, active duty military members, and VA dependents with varying educational goals. Whether you are refining your skills, seeking to transfer, planning to earn an Associate Degree, or completing an Occupational Certificate, we will do our best to assist you as you embark on an exciting educational journey at our institution.

Veterans are eligible for priority registration for four years after being discharged from active duty. Bring your DD214 (Discharge Documents) to Admissions and Records (Windows 1-4) located in building 52 to determine your eligibility to get started!

If you are called to active duty after enrolling in classes, you will be allowed to drop your course(s), get a refund for fees paid, and receive MW (Military Withdrawal) on your transcript. The notation of MW is not counted in calculating your overall grade point average.

Currently, there is limited access to the CAC Readers for military identification available at the Veterans Resource Center (VRC). 

Click on the appropriate link below to get started!

 

Last Updated 4/1/20