The Veterans Resource Center of West Virginia University at Parkersburg recognizes the service our veteran students have given to our country and the sacrifices made in the process.
It is our goal to provide a learning environment that conveys the college’s appreciation and offers the tools and services necessary for veterans to achieve academic success. Over 200 veterans and dependents are currently taking advantage of the many degree certificates, associate and bachelor degrees, and other classes and programs to further their academic and professional interests. Click here to get started
Request for GI Bill
Once you are registered for classes, complete the VA Coordinator Card Form.
2018-2019 VA Coordinator Card
Visit the VA WAVE website
West Virginia University at Parkersburg welcomes all men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Whether you are a discharged veteran, still serving on active duty, in the National Guard or Reserves, or a family member, WVUP is committed to supporting and encouraging your success. The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) can assist you with access to resources at the college and in the community. The Veterans Advocate acts as a liaison between student, campus departments, the VA, and other government and outside agencies. Students can work with the Veterans Advocate to get questions and issues resolved. The Veterans Advocate can also assist with initiating the GI Bill Benefits, let us help your transition back to school successfully.
The VRC has developed a Military/Veteran/Dependent Welcome Packet to assist you with your initial process at our college, click on here to access:
The VRC hopes this welcome packet is helpful to you and if you have any questions during your initial process or during your time with our school, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to support you in any way we can.
Veterans Resource Center
Room 1532 Main Campus
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
8:00a – 4:00p