Veteran Programs

An individual looking at the map that featured where the student veterans were stationed

LMU's Veteran Programs office supports the transition, persistence and graduation of student veterans, reservists and veteran dependents by providing individualized services, programming and resources.

Veterans Appreciation Week

During the week of Veterans Day, Veteran Programs collaborates with different departments and organizations to create a campus awareness of our faculty/staff/student veteran population at LMU through educational programming‌. In 2009, the Student Veterans Organization was created to not only serve veterans and veteran dependents but to also educate the LMU campus about veteran issues. Thus, Veterans Appreciation Week was born and has continued to be a part of our commitment to creating an awareness of our LMU student, staff, faculty and alumni veterans within our LMU community.

LMU Honors Veterans with Library Exhibit and Appreciation Events

As our nation celebrates Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 11, LMU will honor all those in the community who have served through military service with an exhibit in the William H. Hannon Library. The exhibit, on the third floor of Hannon Library, will relate stories from veteran students, staff, faculty and our extended military family. Stop by the exhibit from Friday, Nov. 11 through Tuesday, Nov. 22 to learn about their experiences and how they enrich our community with diverse perspectives and how they embody what it means to be people with and for others.