Student Affairs News & Announcements

  • Veteran Scholarships Now Open

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, October 01, 2015
    In partnership with General Dynamics, Google, NBC Universal, PNC, and The Walt Disney Company, Student Veterans of America (SVA) is offering more than $160,000 in scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year!

    All student veterans holding a GPA of 3.0 or higher qualify for at least one of the below scholarships.

    The deadline to apply is November 2nd.

    In partnership with General Dynamics, SVA is proud to offer scholarships five $2,000 scholarships are being offered exclusively to student veterans attending community colleges and vocational schools.

    SVA is also offering:
    • Eight $10,000 Google SVA Scholarships (IT/Computer Science majors)
    • Three $10,000 Disney SVA STEM Scholarships (STEM majors)
    • Two $10,000 PNC Bank "Serving with Integrity" Scholarships (Business/Finance majors)
    • Two $12,000 NBCUniversal Scholarships (Any & All Student Veterans)

  • Welcome Drayer Physical Therapy

    Posted By: UREC, September 29, 2015
    University Recreation is pleased to announce a new partnership with Drayer Physical Therapy Institute. Beginning October 1, 2015 Drayer will become the provider of physical therapy and athletic training services for University Recreation. Drayer will offer clinic hours of 8:00am-5:00pm for physical therapy beginning on Monday, October 5th. The physical therapy clinic will be located in the Student Recreation Center. University Recreation welcomes Drayer Physical Therapy Institute and the opportunities for expanded care this partnership brings.
    Drayer Physical Therapy Institute
  • Intervention Study on PTSD

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, September 24, 2015
    We are testing an equine facilitated cognitive-processing therapy (EF-CPT) intervention for Veterans with PTSD. This intervention is an adaptation of the evidence-based VA protocol manual for CPT, incorporating active engagement with horses into face-to-face sessions, and will be implemented under the direct supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience, with equine professionals on site for safety and facilitation of some activities.
  • 2015-2016 VMA Ambassadors

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, September 23, 2015
    Congratulations to our 2015-2016 VMA Ambassadors!
  • Donate Paper Today

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, September 21, 2015
    In order to keep providing free printing, The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs needs each student to please bring one packet of paper into 3000 Houser.

    Please donate today so we can continue this resource!
  • Opportunity for Combat Veterans

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, September 16, 2015
    You are invited to participate in veteran research and be rewarded for your time. The study is called “The Impact of Posttraumatic Growth, Transformational Leadership, and Self-Efficacy on Psychological Symptoms among Combat Veterans.” The study is being done by Michael LaRocca, a combat veteran who is a doctoral candidate at the University of Alabama. Your contact information was obtained through the UA Office of Veteran & Military Affairs. In the study, you will be asked to fill out several questionnaires about your combat experiences and how you have readjusted since your deployment. Your participation will take about an hour during a time that fits your schedule, and you may gain a better understanding of post-deployment positive coping mechanisms. You will also receive a $15 gift card.

    If you are interested please email:
  • ReMotion Knee

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, September 16, 2015
    As members of the STEM Path to the MBA at UA, we have been assigned the task of focusing the ReMotion knee toward the US market. As such, we are looking for feedback/opinions about this product, especially from those who have experience within this field. While we understand this product is specifically designed for trans-femoral amputees, any response is greatly appreciated.
  • DAV Office Hours

    Posted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, September 16, 2015
    A representative from the Disabled American Veterans will be in the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs every Monday and Thursday from 9:00AM-1:00PM to help students with disability claims.