Each ASCU institution has an on-campus veterans coordinator to ease your transition from service to study. These coordinators will provide information regarding programs and services consistent with your needs. You will find coordinator contact information with each institution's listing on this site.

 

  Kean NJCU MSU Ramapo Stockton Rowan TCNJ TESC WPU
Veteran Office/Coordinator ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü
Student Club/Association ü ü ü ü ü
Member of SOC/Other Credit Transfer Policy ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü
Yellow Ribbon/In-Service State Tuition ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü
Separate Orientation ü ü
Expedited Re-admission ü ü ü ü ü
Website/Portal ü ü ü ü ü ü
Vet Ceremonies/ Acknowledgements ü ü ü ü ü ü
Veteran Housing ü ü ü ü ü
Career Counseling ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü
Student Mentoring ü      
Waive Application Fee ü ü ü


  The College of New Jersey
Robert Alston
Student Financial Assistance
609-771-3192 office
ralston@tcnj.edu

Kean University
Lilliam Banner
Veterans Affairs Coordinator
908-737-0367 office
lbanner@kean.edu

Montclair State University
Denise Rodak
Coordinator of Veteran & Military Resources
973-655-7114 office
rodakd@mail.montclair.edu

New Jersey City University
Elaine Pluchino
Coordinator of Veterans' Benefits
201-200-2157 office
epluchino@njcu.edu
NJCU Veterans Page

Ramapo College of New Jersey
Dorothy Gillman
Veterans' Administrator
201-684-7548 office
dgillman@ramapo.edu

  Rowan University
Anna Marie Pustizzi
Veterans Affairs' Coordinator
856-256-4233 office
pustizzi@rowan.edu
Rowan Student Affairs

  Richard Stockton College of NJ
Patrick Shields
Coordinator of Veterans' Affairs
609-652-4987 office
patrick.shields@stockton.edu
Richard Stockton Vet

Thomas Edison State College
Louis Martini
Director of Military & Veteran Education
609-777-5696 Ext. 2215 office
LMartini@tesc.edu

William Paterson University
Sgt. Lynette Butler
Coordinator of Veterans Affairs & Mediation Services
973-720-2323 office
butlerl@wpunj.edu
   


Campus Resource Kits

Student Veterans of America - www.studentveterans.org

On January 11-12, 2008 around 20 schools came together for the first national Student Veterans of America (SVA) conference in Chicago, Il. Since this time, more than 60 schools have joined SVA in the fight for a new GI Bill and address the issues facing student veterans nationwide.

For the following documentation, click on link:

Campus Kit for Colleges and Universities

 Campus Kit for Student Veterans

Veterans Resource Guide 

 

Military Service Members and Veterans in Higher Education: What the New GI Bill May Mean for Postsecondary Institutions, released by the American council on Education (ACE), draws on numerous data sources to help higher education administrators understand and anticipate the enrollment choices of returning veterans and military personnel and the services needed to accommodate these students under the new GI Bill. The report, authored by Alexandria Walton Radford of MPR Associates, Inc., is part of ACE's Serving Those Who Serve Initiative, and was proposed with support from Lumina Foundation for Education. Get a copy of the report here.

ACE's Serving Those Who Serve initiative is a broad-based initiative designed to promote access to and success in higher education for more than 2 million service members and their families who are eligible for newly expanded benefits under the new GI Bill.

The most recent publication from Serving Those Who Serve, From Soldier to Student: Easing the Transition of Service Members on Campus, offers a first-of-its-kind national snapshot of the programs, services and policies in place on campuses to serve veterans and military personnel, as well as areas in which campuses need to improve their offerings. Get the report here