Boots to Suits is the University of Colorado Denver's program to help veterans transition from the military to the classroom and then from the classroom to the workforce. The Office of Veteran Student Services is committed to helping our veteran students achieve their academic and career goals through peer-to-peer mentoring, mental wellness support, tutoring, scholarships and professional development. By participating in Boots to Suits veterans from the University of Colorado Denver are primed to become business professionals and leaders in our community. Do not hesitate to contact our team today about the exciting opportunites that Boots to Suits offers. Our email address is email@example.com.
Our peer-to-peer mentor program matches incoming veteran students with current veteran students that have already navigated all the pitfalls that face new students. Mentors can be expected to help new students navigate campus life, identify challenges they face, refer them to appropriate resources on or off campus, and provide ongoing support toward their academic and personal goals. For more information about our peer-to-peer mentor program follow this hyperlink: Mentors.
The transition from the military back to civilian life can be incredibly challenging. Add to that the pressures of returing to academics and the challenge can be magnified. The University of Colorado Dener is committed to ensuring veteran students meet these challanges susscessfully. Part of that process is to ensure that students are provided with the resources to face that stress and thrive. For more information about the mental wellness resources follow this hyperlink: Mental Wellness
While some subjects may be second nature others may push a student to their limits. For those occasions the Office of Veteran Student Services offers a tutoring service to keep our veteran students on track. Seeking help with an upper division course and the LRC has no tutors available? Not a problem. Tutoring for Vets offers free tutoring online and in person for any course and suject our veteran students need. For more information about tutoring follow this hyperlink: Tutoring.
Paying for school and worrying about personal finances is an issue that faces all university students. While education benefits earned from military service are fantastic, sometimes they are not enough. The University of Colorado Denver offers a number of scholoraships to assist our students financially. For more scholarship information follow this hyperlink: Scholarships
The Office of Veteran Student Services is proud to partner with other school offices to give our veteran students workshops in a vast array of career related subjects such as résumé writting and interviewing skills. The Professional Development Program is a competitive program that our veteran students must apply for. The benefits of the Professional Development Program includes an individually assigned professional mentor, networking opportunities, and a leg up on competitors by allowing our students an inside look into their career field before graduation. For more information about professional development follow this hyperlink: Professional Development.