Welcome to the Veteran & Military Student Services (VMSS) website. The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is a "Military Friendly" university, committed to providing servicemen and women with a high-quality education catered to your distinct needs. The VMSS represents Active Duty, Reservist, National Guard, Veteran and VA Dependent students.
“Creating positive transition and support programs for student service members, veterans, and their families, in order to support their transition into academics, increase their graduation success rate, and assist them in achieving placement in their chosen career field following graduation.”
We are excited to announce the Colorado Veterans Project Scholarship is now posted and all the information you need is here.
Residency Changes for Dependents
For Dependents who are not eligible to petition under Section 702, you will need to petition through CU Denver. Residency must be submitted the Monday 1 week prior to the start of term.
Full-time status is based on the length of the term and the number of enrolled credits.
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You must be enrolled in the minimum credits each term to qualify for Full-Time benefits. If you are unsure if your class schedule is full-time email email@example.com with the subject "Check (Semester) for Full-Time Status" and be sure to include your name and Student ID number.
Study Abroad Guide
This is our guide to the VA's policy for what they will cover for Studying Abroad.
Veterans Flyer - Study Abroad.pdf
STUDY ABROAD RULES 33 and 31.pdf
New Education/GI Bill Changes
2016 National Defense Act Contains Education and GI Bill Changes
If a student withdraws after the add/drop period, the student must provide mitigating circumstances documentation to our office. If no mitigating circumstances are provided to our office, will will submit your withdrawal without mitigating circumstances. As a result, any payments paid out for the withdraw from the beginning of the term (tuition and fees, book stipend, and housing allowance) will be considered an overpayment. The VA will require that money be paid back to them.