Want to connect with other veterans?
PPCC Student Veterans Organization (SVO) is dedicated to help fellow collegiate veterans in the transition from military to college life and to enrich the community with veteran sponsored and patriotic events.
We provide all veterans, military members and their families with resources, support, and advocacy needed for student success. The SVO is a chapter of Student Veterans of America (SVA), a national coalition of campus veterans support groups focused specifically on improving conditions and support for student veterans.
Purple Heart/Gold Star Scholarship Drive
The Department of Military & Veterans Programs is accepting donations for the Purple Heart/Gold Star Scholarship.
In partnership with The Levity Float Center, a portion of all float sessions during the months of October, November and December will go to our fundraising efforts. Additionally, Levity Float Center will hold a charity weekend on December 14-15 and 100% of all sessions will go to our campaign.
Please visit Levity Float Center. For more information, visit their website.
Now accepting donations.
SVO November Meeting - Coffee Talk
Have a cup of “Joe” with the SVO.
We will be discussing coffee and coffee culture. Stop by drink some coffee, share a coffee story and learn more about the history of coffee. Help us answer the question, "Why is coffee called a cup of “Joe?” Don’t like coffee? That’s ok. Everyone is welcome! Please join us.
Date: Wed Nov 13, 2019
Place: Veterans Lounge C222
MVP Bookstore Scholarship Spring 2020
The Department of Military and Veterans Programs proudly offers scholarships to support current and former members of the United States Armed Forces as well as dependents utilizing VA education benefits (Chapter 30, 33, 35, 1606).
Attendance at VA Education Benefits Orientation required to be eligible for an award.
These scholarships are for use at the PPCC Bookstore only and will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis. Course load and financial aid status are taken into consideration when determining award amounts, as well as first-time benefit user and first-generation.
Vocational Rehab (Chapter 31) is ineligible as all books and supplies are paid for by VA.
The application window for Spring 2020 will open in December 2019.