Portland State’s Veterans Resource Center (VRC) hosted its first student peer presentation with a “peek into virology.” The event took place virtually via Zoom on
Congress on Tuesday finalized a second GI Bill fix for student veterans whose studies were upended by the coronavirus pandemic, sending the package to the White House to
Veterans continue to receive benefits and services after VA’s Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) temporarily closed its 56 regional offices to the public March 19 in
Student Veterans will continue to receive their GI Bill benefits under S. 3503, which President Trump signed into law March 21. The law enables VA to continue
KLAMATH FALLS — Klamath Community College is pleased to announce it has been recognized as a Military Friendly school for the 2020-21 academic year.
Walter Ghant, the new Veteran’s Resource Center director at Portland State, wants to bring fresh ideas and inclusivity to the VRC. A United States Air
COOS COUNTY, Ore. – One student at Southwestern Oregon Community College realized there is no scholarship for veterans, but now she is trying to change
National Guard troops deployed to the southern U.S. border for ongoing military assistance operations will have that time counted towards GI Bill benefits eligibility under a new memorandum signed by Defense
Southern Oregon University will become the first Oregon university to adopt the Military Order of the Purple Heart proclamation during a formal ceremony on Wednesday,
Tens of thousands of student veterans shortchanged in their housing stipends last year will have to wait until summer 2020 before they start seeing that money paid
EUGENE, Ore. — Veterans took to the EMU on the University of Oregon campus Thursday to help spread veteran suicide awareness.
In honor of Veterans Day and the activities hosted by our Veterans Resource Center throughout this week, we wanted to introduce you to five veterans