We are excited that you are interested in pursuing higher education here at Santa Ana College and we look forward to being a part of your journey as a student veteran.
The Veterans Resource Center was created to help incoming Veteran students transition from soldiers to scholars. In addition, Veterans, Active Duty, Reservists, and their dependents are assisted with accessing their VA education benefits when pursuing an eligible AA/AS, Certificate, or Transfer Program for a BA/BS. The VRC also directs students to campus resources that would help them succeed in their educational goals.
What can Veterans and eligible dependents do at the VRC?
Receive information on how to use their VA Education benefits at Santa Ana College.
Receive help in filling out VA Education Benefit Applications.
Turn in paperwork for VA Education Benefits.
Receive referrals and information regarding other campus resources such as Admissions & Records, Financial Aid, EOPS, Counseling, DSP&S, Health & Wellness Services, Career/Job Center, Scholarships, Tutorial Services, Transfer Center, etc. Receive information about outside campus resources for Veterans and families.
Do homework in a quiet environment (6 computers and a printer available. Print homework for free!)
Receive help filling out Financial Aid Applications and check status.
Meet with an Academic Counselor for academic counseling needs.
Meet with a Strength In Support representative for transitional counseling, mentorship, and workshops.
Receive information and participate in the Veterans Upward Bound college preparation program.
Book Loans are available to those who are eligible for VA Benefits. Please speak with a VRC staff member for details.
Borrow a Graphing Calculator for Math courses
Enjoy camaraderie among veterans Participate in VRC events Get involved in the Student Veterans Association (the Veterans club) by reaching out and helping the community. Participate in the VUB and VSSS Programs.
Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 Certification
Please see the legend below to determine what kind of class you are taking. Hybrid, Remote Live, Remote Blended and Face 2 Face are considered on-campus courses by the VA, because they were originally campus courses to begin with or are still campus courses or Hybrid. Online courses, however, are not.
Online (O) - (Considered DISTANCE for VA payment purposes)
Online (O) classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Other technologies may be required to complete coursework.
Remote Live (RL) - (Considered on campus for VA payment purposes. On June 2, 2022 onward, this is considered DISTANCE)
Remote Live (RL) classes are distance education classes with weekly scheduled meeting days and times. Students will attend class virtually during the published course times. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
Remote Blended (RB) - (Considered on campus for VA payment purposes. On June 2, 2022 onward, this is considered DISTANCE)
Remote Blended (RB) classes are distance education classes with both scheduled virtual meeting dates and times and scheduled on-campus meeting days and times. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
Face to Face (F2F) - (Considered on campus for VA payment purposes)
Face to Face (F2F) classes are in person and on-campus classes with weekly scheduled meeting days and times. Students will complete the semester on campus unless the college is ordered to discontinue face to face classes. If face to face courses are discontinued, and the course cannot be completed through distance education, it will be cancelled.
Hybrid (H) - (Considered on campus for VA payment purposes)
Hybrid (H) classes that combine online learning with required live scheduled meetings. These meetings will be scheduled as Web or on-campus meetings. Location, dates, time and instructor contact information can be found on WebAdvisor sac.edu/webadvisor. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
YOU WILL GET DROPPED FOR NON-PAYMENT AFTER REGISTERING IF YOU DON'T DO THE FOLLOWING:
Chapter 33 & Voc Rehab Students must turn in your Certification Request Form with your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) as soon as you register so we can protect your courses (speak with us if you don't have a COE). Continuing students have no need to provide a COE. Please make sure you give us reasonable time to put the protection on before the 72 hour drop period occurs. Otherwise, you may get dropped for non-payment.
You can contact us on Cranium Cafe
How Can We Help You?
BEST IF OPENED ON CHROME OR FIREFOX BROWSERS
You must have a WebAdvisor/Canvas Login to chat or sign on as a GUEST.
Building M-120, West side of the Planetarium
1530 W. 17th. St.
Santa Ana, CA 92706
Phone: (714) 564-6050, (714) 725-8266 or (657) 666-5548.
For any of your general questions, please contact any of our Front desk agents through Cranium Café above, email us, or call.
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In accordance with the requirements of the titles of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Veterans Resource Center will not exclude any individual with a disability from the full and equal enjoyment of its services and facilities. The Veterans Resource Center will make reasonable modifications in its policies, practices, or procedures when such modifications are necessary to afford its services and facilities to individuals with disabilities.