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UVM is committed to serving our student veterans. Still have some questions or concerns?  We're here to help. Here's how you can reach us.

The University of Vermont
85 South Prospect Street
360 Waterman Building
Burlington, VT 05405

Phone: (802) 656-0581
Fax: (802) 656-8230
veterans@uvm.edu

Office Hours available Monday – Friday by appointment, contact us via email to schedule.

 

For general inquiries you may send an email to veterans@uvm.edu, or send a specific question to a person below:

David Carlson
Coordinator of Student Veteran Services
David.Carlson@uvm.edu
(802) 656-0581

David is the Coordinator of Student Veteran Service for UVM. He is a Marine and a former student veteran at CCV who transferred to complete his BA at UVM. His primary focus is managing the overall student veteran experience at UVM.

 

Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne
Student Veteran Faculty Advisor, Rubenstein School
Jarlath.ONeil-Dunne@uvm.edu
(802) 656-3324

Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne is a faculty member in the Rubenstein School of the Environment and serves as the faculty advisor for the Student Veterans organizations. Jarlath served for over a decade in the United States Marine Corps and used his GI Bill to attend graduate school at UVM. He is actively involved in helping to advance veterans’ issues at UVM and always welcomes the opportunity to meet with student veterans.

 

Laurie Fay
Customer Service Supervisor, Student Financial Services
Laurie.Fay@uvm.edu
(802) 656-5700

Laurie has years of experience in Student Financial Services and focuses on customer service. She is knowledgeable about how VA benefits are applied to UVM Student bills. Stop by SFS in the Waterman Building, call, or email Laurie with questions related to your bill.

 

Ana-Cristina Medal
Career Center
Ana-Cristina.Medal@uvm.edu
(802) 656-3450

Ana-Cristina works with student veterans to identify resources to make the most of UVM and to position them for a successful career path.

Document Submission Methods

Submit information by one of the following methods. These are listed in order of preference, from the method that takes the least processing time to the most.

For security of your information, we suggest that students and parents black out all but the last four digits of the SSN if listed on any documents you are sending, except in a case where we are specifically requesting the SSN.

UVM Student Veteran Services
360 Waterman Building
85 South Prospect Street
Burlington, VT  05405

US Mail is the preferred carrier for sensitive documents (e.g. DD-214).

 

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