College Entrance Assistance
You have questions about college admissions? We have answers.
VUB provides a variety of statewide services to support veterans as they explore educational and training opportunities. We have expanded the assistance available for program participants by increasing access to individualized counseling and advising services for career exploration, college admissions, and veterans' benefits. These services are provided by email, mail, and phone as well as in person at our Billings site.
Spotlights high interest fields for veterans and assists participants in exploring local and state education and training programs. Includes the opportunity for completing an online career assessment inventory (CAI) with follow-up individual career counseling provided by VUB staff.
Receive assistance with understanding and applying for financial aid, applying for college admission, meeting admission requirements, registering for classes, and making sense of degree requirements. Find answers to your college admission questions here. Includes appropriate referral to campus resources.
VA Education Benefits
Get help understanding and accessing your VA education benefits. Includes guidance in using the www.vets.gov webpage for details on individual benefits, amounts, months remaining, posting questions, and using your benefit. One-on-one assistance is available to complete the online application and print the documents needed for the college certifying official.
There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.Colin Powell
In order to serve the most veterans, we have the following eligibility requirements:
- All participants must complete a VUB application to finalize enrollment.
- Any veteran with an academic need that VUB services can address may be enrolled our academic refresher classes. Prior participants may enroll a second time if there is space in the class(es).
Veterans Upward Bound has provided instruction, support services and career counseling to veterans transitioning from soldier to civilian life since 1992.Contact Us