Here to serve those who serve
Ministering to those that have served our country is one of our great privileges. Evangel University also respects the great sacrifice of military dependents and we are honored to support them as well. Whether you are transitioning from the military to civilian life, studying while serving, pursuing chaplaincy, or you are a dependent of a veteran, the Admiral Vern Clark Veteran’s Center is here to help.
Our main goal at the Veteran’s Center is to make the Veteran’s Administration (VA) and active duty Tuition Assistance processes as easy as possible. The Veteran’s Center Coordinator, Dane Moore, is a retired Master Sergeant and has used both Tuition Assistance and VA GI Bill benefits for many years. He says, “When I first started the VA process, I did not know where to start. This is why we have made checklists that are easy to follow to give the veteran or dependent a step by step method to getting their well-deserved education benefits.”
Whether you are seeking an undergraduate degree, a master’s degree, or seminary graduate studies at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, we are here to help you with your education goals.
How can the Admiral Vern Clark Veteran’s Center help you?
Click the links below for more information:
- Admiral Vern Clark Veteran’s Center
- Accepted VA benefits at EU
- How the VA processes monthly education benefits
- Tuition assistance
- Veteran’s scholarship and grant resources
- Transferring military credit
- Interested in becoming a chaplain?
- Considering ROTC?
Connect with the Vern Clark Veteran’s Center on Facebook.
Dane Moore, M.Sgt. Ret.
Veteran’s Center Coordinator/VA School Certifying Official
Office hours: M-F 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.