Get Involved

Purdue provides a variety of programs and resources that are specifically designed to support the nontraditional experiences of veterans, military-affiliated students and their family members. In addition to participating in these programs, you are encouraged to take advantage of student leadership opportunities that will help enrich your Purdue experience and develop your civilian leadership potential. 

The following opportunities are available: 

Purdue Student Veteran Leadership attending the Student Veterans of American National Conference. Standing under the conference welcome banner.

Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (PAVE) program

PAVE connects incoming student veterans with current Purdue student veterans to ease the transition to student life.

Purdue Student Veteran Organization (PSVO)

PSVO serves as a source of knowledge, support, representation, and camaraderie to any and all students with a military affiliation, as well as their immediate family members. To get involved, visit the SVO page on BoilerLink

Education to Occupation (E2O)

E2O is a student-led program designed to assist student veterans in developing job search skills and strategies that will help them as they pursue their career goals.

Veterans Work Study

Students using GI Bill benefits have the opportunity to participate in the VA Work Study Program, either in the Veterans Success Center, located in the Purdue Memorial Union or at the Military Family Research Institute, located in Hanley Hall.

Veterans Success Center
Purdue Memorial Union 
Rooms 284/286
101 N Grant St.
West Lafayette, IN 47906
765-494-7638 (Voice)
765-494-1545 (Fax)

Veterans Success Center, PMU 284/286, 101 N. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-7638,

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