Welcome to the Veterans Resource Center!

 

Special Covid-19 provisions for housing allowance ends in June 2022!

For courses beginning on or after June 2, 2022 students will need to enroll in at least one approved resident (in-person) course(s) to continue receiving their MHA (Military Housing Allowance) at the resident rate.  Otherwise, the student will receive the online MHA rate, which is half the national average.

 

*All documents needed for certification can be accessed and submitted on the AVC Veterans Canvas Page. If you need access please email veterans@avc.edu

Come by and visit the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) located in the Student Services Building, Room 126 at the Lancaster campus.

View the events calendar for specific dates or check with the VRC for other programs and events throughout the semester.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Veterans Resource Center is to provide assistance through education, certification, and guidance to military veterans and their dependents in achieving their educational objectives and to effectively promote the retention, graduation, and transfer of military veteran students and their dependents.

 

Antelope Valley College refrains from providing any commission, bonus, or other incentive payment based directly or indirectly on securing enrollments or federal financial aid (including TA funds) to any persons or entities engaged in any student recruiting, admission, activities, or making decisions regarding the award of student financial assistance.

Antelope Valley College refrains from high-pressure recruitment tactics for the purpose of securing Service member enrollments.

In the event AVC's Cohort Default Rate (CDR) rises above the national average, the result will be displayed on this webpage.

You can find AVC's accreditation information here.

Get information about transferring from AVC's Transfer Center.

AVC is a Title IV school and thereby abides by the readmission policy for servicemembers.  The readmission requirements apply to servicemembers who perform service in the uniformed services, whether voluntary or involuntary, in the Armed Forces, including service as a member of the National Guard or Reserve, on active duty for training, or full-time National Guard duty under Federal authority (but not State authority), for a period of more than 30 consecutive days under a call or order to active duty or more than 30 consecutive days.  

 

 


 

Please contact our office with any questions at 661-722-6300 ext. 6342 or email us at veterans@avc.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: December 14, 2022