Military and Veteran Services Lounge
Military & Veteran Services

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Military & Veteran Services Coordinator
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Mon - Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Future Military and Student Veterans

Welcome to Inver Hills Community College. Transitioning from the military to campus life can be challenging. We are here to ensure your transition to campus is a smooth one.

Inver Hills Military & Veteran Services and Counseling Office work as a team to make sure our student military and veteran population has an easier time gaining success in college. The college offers military/veteran-specific support services, scholarships, networking and employment opportunities. Inver Hills continues the tradition of assisting veterans as they transition back to civilian life.

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The Veterans Lounge

The Veterans Lounge is designed for veterans, service members and families to have a central place to relax, study, and socialize with others. This study and lounge space has computers, printer, snacks, and beverages, refrigerator and a microwave. This is a great place to find up-to-date veteran information and talk with other veterans. The college has collaborated with the Family Assistance Center, VA Medical Center and the St Paul Vets Center for community-based support services.


VALOR Web Badge

VALOR is a military/student veteran club that includes:

  • Campus Leadership for Veterans, Military and Family
  • Outreach, support, social, service
  • Student Veterans of America Chapter
  • Volunteerism – continuing to serve

Veterans Pinning Ceremony and Graduation

Inver Hills recognizes all graduating veterans and servicemembers at a pinning ceremony for their accomplishments with a veterans pin. In addition, students who have shown leadership through the VALOR club, Student Senate, work-study program and/or received a scholarship from Inver Hills will be honored with a challenge coin given by the Yellow Ribbon committee.

A red, white and blue cord worn by a graduate signifies an active military member or veteran.

Veterans Graduates

In the military, no one is left behind and we consider it our duty to continue that tradition as veterans' transition back to civilian life.
– Sue Flannigan, Veterans Coordinator

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