Military and Veteran Programs and Services (MVPS)
Our mission is to make the University of Dayton a top choice for veteran and military affiliated students. Through enhanced access to programs and services, we are committed to linking this diverse community’s leadership and service experiences with learning and scholarship from the undergraduate to the doctoral levels.
Military and Veteran Programs and Services (MVPS) exists to serve the UD military and veteran community. This community is made up of those who currently or have previously served in the Armed Forces of the United States and their families. Responsibilities include veteran transition to higher education, support to students who balance their education with ongoing military duty, enrollment and retention, benefits advising, and community outreach. MVPS is the “First Stop Shop” for all UD military and veteran community members.
Contact Information and Hours
The MVPS Center is located in Zehler Hall 203. Our website is udayton.edu/veteran. We can be reached by email at email@example.com and by phone at 937-229-5541. Our mailing address is: 300 College Park, Dayton OH, 45469-1481. Staff are available from Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. eastern. Our Student Success Lounge is collocated with our staff offices, but offers extended morning, evening, and weekend hours for student patron use.
Veteran and Military Education Benefits Requests
Please review the topic of this catalog titled "Veteran and Military Education Benefits" under the "Financial Information" section for more details about how to request financial benefits. That section also includes important information about VA and military education benefit policies, resources, and government contact information.
Students Affected by Call-Up to Active Military Duty Policy
The University of Dayton has established general procedures that will be enacted should students currently serving in any branch of the United States military reserves be called-up to serve our country. These procedures have been formulated to achieve two goals. First, to assure students facing possible Call-Up to active duty and involuntary transfer that they have the University’s full cooperation and support during this difficult period. Further, the procedures facilitate the ability of these students to achieve their educational goals at the University of Dayton. These procedures provide for a total refund or credit of tuition, fees, room and board payments, and/or where feasible, accommodations to permit students to complete selected course work. The full policy can be viewed at udayton.edu/policies/enrollment/Students%20Affected%20by%20Call-Up%20to%20Active%20Military%20Duty.php