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Military & Veteran Affairs

Office of Military and Veterans Affairs

SUNY is dedicated to providing programs and services in support of the academic and personal success of military students to include the active components, veteran and dependent student.

SUNY recognizes the contributions that these students make as both citizens and students, bringing experience with them that can enrich the education of their campus and fellow students.

SUNY also promotes campus and community engagement and leadership development that enrich and support students' academic and professional goals.

The information gathered here is a starting point for you. Please visit your current or prospective SUNY campus website for additional information.

VA Chapters & Benefits    Student Enrollment & Transcripts    General Tips for Students    In-State Tuition Chart    Joint Initiatives    Resources

DoD and Military Services Visuals:

Information on the use of official seals and other protected logos, insignia and marks of the DoD and Military Services can be found in the pdf below:
The Use of Department of Defense Seals, Logos, Insignia, and Service Medals


The Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 requires educational institutions to make certain disclosures to students using federal military and/or VA educational benefits. To view and print a copy of an estimated personalized cost of attendance you can visit the SUNY Net Price Cost Calculator and select (put campus name here) from the dropdown. Additional financial information can be found at the NCES College Navigator site.

The SUNY Financial Aid Plan (FAP) will provide a more in-depth analysis and accurate picture of student cost once the student has filed their FAFSA, completed a SUNY application, and has been accepted by a campus.


For more information, contact Diana Pasterchick,, Coordinator of Veteran and Military Affairs

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