For more information, questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us:
For any GI Bill inquiries, contact the School Certifying Official at
For any ROTC inquiries, contact Nicholas Pascucci at
Undergraduate veteran students (excluding HPD programs) are granted priority registration privileges.
To schedule an appointment, contact Undergraduate Academic Advising at (954) 262-7990 or schedule one online.
Nova Southeastern University understands how challenging the transition from servicemember to student can be. We provide an array of services that run the gamut of potential needs our student veteran population might have.
Services offered through the offices of Undergraduate Academic Advising, Undergraduate Student Success, Student Disability Services, Tutoring and Testing Center, Transfer Evaluation Services, Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center, and GoArmyEd.
The NSU Office of Career Development can assist in the exploration of various majors and careers, and discuss how to translate your unique experiences into a desired major or career path. They can also assist you in creating a resume, interviewing tips, mock interviewing, and serve as a resource to connect you to employers.
Services offered through the NSU Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Dental Medicine, Psychology, and Arts and Sciences provide clinical services to our veterans and their families.
Student Disability Services
The office provides information and individualized accommodations to student-veterans with a diagnosed disability. Some of the areas we assist with include classroom and testing accommodations, housing accommodations, access to disabled parking, and finding textbooks in alternate formats.
A big part of an enjoyable, well-rounded college experience happens outside the classroom. It is the opportunity to explore new interests and discover who you are. We’re here to help you do just that.
Veteran Resource Center
NSU has provided veterans, dependents of veterans, and military affiliated students a deliberate space to connect with others, relax between classes, and academic amenities such as computers, printers, whiteboards, TV’s, and space for meetings and projects.