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To Our Veteran
It is extremely important for us to acknowledge in as many ways as possible, the value we place on the contributions you have made in protecting and serving us through sacrifical service in the military. We are also keenly aware of sacrifices made and suffering experienced by your loved ones and friends. As you embark upon a first time or re-entering academic experience, we want to provide resources that will help you achieve success. As you have served us, we want to serve you.
Feel free to Ask a Librarian for any assistance you may need.
LearningExpress Library: Veterans and Military Resources
Welcome to LearningExpress Library where you learn and gain competencies at your own pace.
To begin, you must register and your account will be yours to access at any time.
Feel free to consult an ACC Librarian should you need assistance.
Providing Library Services for Military and Veteran Communities in Texas
Academic Library Services for Veterans - TLA Presentation
NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in HIgher Education
Measuring the Success of Student Veterans and Active Duty Military
A Special Report from NASPA's Research & Policy Institute
In partnership with InsideTrack, NASPA’s RPI conducted a survey of NASPA institutional members asking a range of questions relating to institution-wide efforts to support active duty and veteran students. Designed to gauge efforts underway for tracking educational progress and outcomes for student soldiers and veterans, results summarize the approaches institutions are taking to data collection and student supports, and reflects opinions about what is working and what remains opaque in terms of effective practice.
Alcohol Addiction Center
Alcoholism in Veterans
Veterans make the ultimate sacrifice. In order to protect the rights and freedoms of all Americans, veterans go to some of the harshest places and worst conflicts on earth. They come home to a hero's welcome, but that does not mean the scars and stresses of their service disappear. Veterans face lots of obstacles when readjusting to civilian life, and alcohol is often a crutch to cope.