The Office of Adult Student and Veteran Services at Penn State DuBois, located in Room 206B, DEF Building is available to connect veteran students with campus resources, veteran service providers and other agencies within the community.
Contact Sueann Doran, Education Program Associate, 814-375-4715
A VETERAN IS......
a former member of the Armed Forces of the United States (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard) who served on active duty and was discharged under conditions, which were other than dishonorable. There is no minimum number of days a student must have served on active duty to be considered a veteran. However, periods of active duty for training, pursuant to an enlistment in the National Guard or Reserves, do not qualify a student as a veteran. Thus former or current members of the National Guard or Reserves are not considered to be veterans unless they had prior or subsequent service with an active component of the Armed Forces (Reservists called to active duty by Executive Order qualify as veterans). Persons who attended military academies are now considered veterans for financial aid purposes.
- More about the office for Adult Student and Veteran Services
- A Guide to Penn State Admissions
- Frequently Asked Questions
How to Apply for GI Bill® Benefits
New and Continuing Students
- Penn State DuBois VA Certifying Official is Stefanie Penvose
- VA Certification Request Form - Contact Stefanie Penvose or Sueann Doran
- Priority Registration
- VA Work Study Information/Application
- Veterans Club
- Academic Renewal
- Non-Degree Enrollment
- Leave of Absence