The Veterans Center
Come visit us at 264 Cartwright Center.
The UW-La Crosse Veterans Center is the central hub for our veterans program. It's decor gives a "mini-USO feel," and the center and offers a wide array of services to our student veterans and their dependents. One of the biggest issues facing combat veterans is social isolation. Many of these combat veterans have difficulty adjusting to civilian life, especially adjusting to college. We have over 250 veterans on campus, many who have just recently returned from Iraq (OIF) or Afghanistan (OEF). The Veterans Center provides a relaxing place for Veterans and their dependents to meet, receive the latest veteran benefits information, coordinate with their Veterans Club, have workshops and meet with veterans service organizations. The Center is in the Cartwright Center Room 264 and offers a coffee maker, popcorn machine, computers, comfortable couches, and a wide range of Veteran's related literature. All are welcome to come check out the center anytime. See how we treat our brave men and women who have served our great nation in war and in peace. We stand ready to help those who have served transition back to civilian life.