Army Cadet on campusRogers State University has a Veteran School Certifying Official who will work with veterans to certify hours with the VA.

A veteran wishing to become a student at RSU will be required to apply for admission.

In addition, additional documentation is required by the Veteran School Certifying Official depending upon which VA chapter the individual is eligible for.

Examples include but not limited to: Certificate of Eligibility, NOBE, DD-214, Statement of Benefits letter.

Eligibility for Benefits

The VA determines the eligibility for benefits.

If you have previously used benefits at another school, complete the update program of study or place of program form using the link below.

If the VA approved your application, you will receive a Certificate of Eligibility (COE), or award letter, in the mail. Submit a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility (COE), award letter, or statement of benefits to [email protected] or drop it off. The Veteran School Certifying Official is in Markham Hall in the Registrar Office Room 236 on the Claremore campus.

Student Veteran Center

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The Student Veteran Center is located on the Rogers State University Claremore campus in the Fine Arts Annex located between Preparatory Hall and Baird Hall. It houses study and lounge space for student veterans, active military, and military-affiliated students to study, relax and foster a sense of community. 

The SVC is made possible in part by the Oklahoma Military Academy Alumni Association. In honor of the OMA’s rich tradition, RSU continues to provide transformational educational opportunities to student veterans and their families.

Read about the opening of the SVC »

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Contact Information

Ashley Howerton
Assistant Registrar/VA School Certifying Official
Office: 918-343-8358
Fax: 918-343-7595
[email protected]