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See VA Regional Offices

On Campus

Military and Veterans Organization (MAVO)
An all-inclusive student organization whose goals are to foster esprit de corps among military veterans, friends and family, while promoting and understanding issues that apply to those members. 
MAVO on Facebook
President: Mitch Schueller

Career Center
Assists students in identifying and developing career goals, and applying their academic achievements and learning to their professional goals.  

Health Services
Staffed by a registered nurse who provides free, confidential care for students and employees.

Student Disability Services
Offers a variety of services and accommodations intended to reduce the effects that a disability may have on performance in a traditional academic setting.  

Counseling Services
Provides individual and group counseling to students, faculty and staff. The center provides a confidential, supportive and collaborative environment for open discussion of personal issues. We work towards making positive changes to one's thoughts, feelings, relationships, and behavior/life situation.


Jason's Box
A local, non-profit agency that assists returning or transitioning veterans and service-members by developing a support system for emotional/behavioral health issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder.

Iowa Workforce Development
Local and statewide employment and referral services for eligible veterans and other eligible persons.
Jason Kerr, Veterans Representative,  563/445-3216
Craig Norris, Veterans Representative,  563/445-3219

Vietnam Veterans of America Post 776

Vietnam Veterans of America Post 299

American Legion Post 26
702 W. 35th Street, Davenport  

Useful Links

MyHealtheVet portal

Veterans Crisis Line
Confidential support, 24-7, 365.
Call 800-273-8255, Press 1, or text a message to 838255. 


American Women Veterans

Student Veterans of America

Transition Assistance Program


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