The Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success offers a number of services, including help with test placement, Veteran benefits support, one on one academic advising. financial aid support, transitional development, and much more!
The assessment test provides placement information for Math and English courses and may be required for some technical classes or programs.
To transfer credit from a previous college, military training , request official transcripts and either bring them in a SEALED envelope or have them sent to Enrollment Services.
The Veterans Benefit Orientation attendance is required for all veteran students receiving benefits.
See our Veteran Services webpage for more information.
You can apply for Financial Aid or if you need help you can attend a FAFSA workshop session if you need help in completing the FAFSA application.
See the Financial Aid Office page for more information.
Veterans may receive financial aid as well as GI Bill® Education Benefits.
Paperwork to be submitted includes, but may not be limited to:
See the checklist on our Veteran Services webpage for all required steps to get your benefits started at LWTech.
All paperwork must be submitted to the School Certifying Official through the Veteran Services Document Submission Portal.
All newly enrolled LWTech students must attend the New Student Orientation.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) is a safe place for Veteran transitions.
LWTech's teams understand the level of complexity, stress, and anxiety that is involved
when a person separates from the military. We utilize on and off campus resources
that support a creative safe environment, which allows our Veteran students to develop
personally and professionally. Our graduates are ready to take the next step in their
education, or their first steps into civilian employment.
Military veterans of the post-9/11 wars in Iraq and Afghanistan continue to enter higher education in ever increasing numbers. Unfortunately, colleges and universities across the country often find themselves lacking the understanding and services necessary to support their unique needs and experiences. By learning the strengths, needs, and challenges of student-veterans as they transition from the military and matriculate through higher education, advisors armed with information from the Schlossberg et al. (1995) framework will facilitate greater advocacy for student-veterans. When academic advisors, faculty members, and Transitioning Student-Veterans staff know the issues of and resources for veterans, then colleges and universities can facilitate student veterans’ achievement of personal and academic aspirations. Only through a foundation of understanding can higher education adequately assist this increasing student population.
- Source: NACADA Journal Volume 31(1) Spring 2011
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