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Thank you for your Service

Fayetteville State University continues its 30+ year committment to serving our military students and their families through ROTC, our Fort Bragg education office and a dedicated Military Affairs committee . Here you will find a brief overview of the specific resources we offer our military students. A more complete look can be found at FSU's Military Students website which includes a listing of all necessary forms, a list of current military course offerings and checklists to help you make sure you have everything you need for success at FSU.

On Fort Bragg your best point of contact is Ms. Veronica Alexander at eArmyU Building 2-1105
B Stack/3rd Floor, Macomb Street.  She can be reached at or (910) 672-2965. 

Tuition Assistance & Veterans' Affairs

As was effective April 1, 2006 all Army active duty military students receiving tuition assistance are required to seek admission, register for classes, drop/add/withdraw, and process military tuition assistance through the GoArmyEd portal.  Remember that even if you register through GoArmy Ed you still also must register with FSU (two separate registration processes). Military spouses, for more information on educational policy, can visit our MyCAA page.

The Fayetteville State University Office of Veterans Affairs is located at 1200 Murchison Rd. Fayetteville, NC 28301, Lilly Building, Room 307.

Careers and Your Resume

Our office of Career Services is dedicated to helping all students find jobs, internships, and volunteers opportunities. Located on the second floor of the School of Business and Education (Suite 230) they can also help you develop your resume for civilian life. If you need some civilian clothing for your interview, ask about the Career Services Closet.

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F
Phone: (910) 672-1098

You can also visit BASEOPS.NET for tips on resume preparation and transition into civilian work. You can also use a site like which is powered by Monster, a popular civilian job search engine.

Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC

Both the Army and the Air Force have ROTC programs at Fayetteville State. Here are some requirements and incentives of both, although the details may differ from Army to Air Force:

  • GPA
  • Physical Training
  • Physical Exams
  • Service to the particular military brach after college
  • Military Electives
  • Scholarship opportunities including tuition assistance
  • Monthly stipend (Army)

For Army ROTC contact LTC Edward Pethon at or (910) 672-1962   or SFC Duane Whitaker at or (910) 672- 1942. They are located in the Taylor Bldg.

For Air Force ROTC contact LTC Darrell Lockhart at or (910) 672-1464. The AFROTC office is in the Taylor gym room 136.

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