St. Ambrose University offers service members, veterans and their families the opportunity to gain a strong liberal arts education from a leading Midwest university committed to academic excellence, social justice and service.
The office of Veterans Recruitment and Services exists to ease the transition of veterans and service members into college. We provide assistance with federal and state benefits, and can connect you to various campus and community resources.
Graduating veterans and service members will be presented with medals in recognition of their achievement, to be affixed to their graduation attire for the May 13 commencement ceremony.
On May 27 at the City Cemetery in Davenport, we will dedicate the headstones and celebrate the gallant service of 22 Quad Cities Civil War and Spanish-American War veterans who have lied in unmarked graves for over 100 years.
St. Ambrose has more than 60 majors with graduate and doctoral programs in business, education and health and social sciences.
Air Force veteran Natalie Woodhurst '16 is SAU's new coordinator for veterans services.