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MTSU Veterans and Military Family Center

Overview

Welcome to MTSU and the Veterans and Military Family Center. Thank you for your service to our country.

The goal of our Veterans and Military Family Center is to assist current military, veterans, and family members move from military to college, then from college to a successful career.

This Web site will provide step-by-step directions through the transition process.

Visit the Center

The 2,600-square foot center is located in Room 124 of Keathley University Center, right in the heart of the MTSU campus. It is on the first floor of the center, next to the campus post office. Click here for a searchable campus parking map.

The center is the largest and most comprehensive veterans center on any Tennessee higher education campus. It enables the about-1,000 student-veteran population on campus to have a one-stop shop to meet a variety of academic needs.

It is a place for our student-veterans to study, to gather and to get help from fellow veterans, who will serve as peer advisers and sponsors. Click here to read more about the center’s origins and services,

Location and Hours of Operation

 
KUC 124
Monday-Friday: 8.00 am- 4.30 pm 

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