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The heart of SVA is the student veteran led chapter. These local organizations are the "boots on the ground" that provide peer-to-peer support, which has been linked to academic success and an easier transition to campus for student veterans. Through this national network of affiliates, SVA impacts the lives of thousands of student veterans.

To support this growing network, SVA invests in high-impact programs that sustain chapters and empower student veterans to achieve their academic goals.



By joining the FSU SVA, you will not only enjoy the fellowship offered by your typical university club, but you will also have a wealth of resources available to help you as a student. Join today and gather the tools you need for a bright future as you rejoin the workforce as an expert in your field of study.  Join SVA - Go to  Log in, click on Organization (SVA), click on Join Organization. Stop by Veteran's Center, BRONCO Square to pay the Initial membership dues of $20.00.




The Student Veterans Association of America offers a variety of scholarships to help veterans achieve their educational goals.

For more information about available scholarships, visit

Pat Tillman

Founded in 2008, the Tillman Military Scholars program supports our nation's active-duty service members, veterans and military spouses by investing in their higher education.  Since the program's inception, the Foundation has invested over $4.1 million in scholarships for 290 scholars nationwide.

Folds of Honor Scholarships 

Folds of Honor proudly stands in the gap, providing scholarships and assistance to the spouses and children of those killed or disabled in service to America.

Of the one million-plus dependents adversely affected by deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, over 87% do not qualify for federal scholarship assistance. We can honor those who fought for our freedom by serving the families they leave behind.

FRY Scholarship

Children of an active duty member of the Armed Forces who has died in the line of duty on or after September 11, 2001, are eligible for the Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship. Eligible children attending school may receive up to their full tuition and fees for a public school or a statutory annual maximum amount for a public school, plus a monthly living stipend and book allowance under this program.








American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting veterans in their transition from the armed services to the civilian workforce. With the help of business professionals nationwide, ACP offers veterans tools for long-term career development through mentoring, career counseling, and networking opportunities.

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Congratulations graduating Student Veterans! The official FSU SVA Coin will be awarded to members upon graduation. The Americana Cord (for all veterans) and FSU SVA Coins will be distributed at the Student Veteran's Center, Bronco Square, Suite 102.


The FSU Veterans Business Outreach Center's mission is to advance the growth and commercial competitiveness of veteran owned small business enterprises through education and services. Working in concert with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the VBOC focuses on business development, technology deployment, and e-commerce. We are SBA Region IV and serve 8 states, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi. If you are looking for a SBA partner in a different region please visit

Through cooperative support from federal, state, and community partners, we link veterans with a broad range of business services to assist them with starting or expanding a business initiative. Our goal is to assist you in every way to start your business and give it a sustaining competence for a successful future.

CI-PEP offers holistic bio-psychosocial services to military families and veterans through counseling, support groups, relaxation exercises, complementary and alternative medicine, health education and coordination of referrals. The institute is dedicated to providing high quality culturally sensitive care to military personnel, veterans, and their families through enhanced teamwork, collaboration and shared problem solving.

The Center for Defense and Homeland Security's mission is to foster education, research and the commercialization of scientific technologies with National Laboratories, industry partners, institutions of higher education, the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and other federal, state, and local entities, in support of the mitigation and recovery of natural and man-made catastrophic disasters, within the U.S.

The Virtual Justice Project provides a communication forum which allows people to access licensed attorneys who are skilled in various practice areas.

These attorneys provide essential legal guidance and training to participants. The volunteer attorneys hold free workshops at NCCU School of Law and the workshops are broadcasted live through the Virtual Justice Project. On and off-site participants in the workshops may ask questions through the telecommunication system.

The Virtual Justice Project saves citizens the time and cost of commuting to attend meetings and workshops in person. The goal is to provide a convenient communication method which allows low-income North Carolina residents to receive needed legal advice.

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