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We will contact you as soon as possible (often within one business day).

2400 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA, 94704
United States

510.642.0083

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Mission Statement

The Cal Veteran Services Center at UC Berkeley expands access and empowers veteran and active duty service member engagement within this public research university.  We increase student veteran enrollment, support academic and co-curricular experiences, and facilitate preparation for goals beyond graduation.  Our work engages individuals and the broader community to facilitate a transformational higher education experience for veterans.


Cal Veteran Services Center Staff

 
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Ron Williams 
Director
Re-entry Student and Veteran Services


 

 

Luis A. Hernandez
Academic Achievement Counselor
Marine Corps Veteran and Cal Alumnus 

 

 
 
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Esperanza Bernal
Coordinator, Outreach and Recruitment       Navy Veteran and Cal Alumnus
 

 

Services Provided:

  • Academic, Financial Aid, and Personal Counseling
  • Peer Advising
  • Prospective Student Counseling
  • Drop-in Counseling:  Financial Aid Office, Disabled Student Program, Counseling and Psychological Services, Oakland Vet Center, VA Psychologist
  • GI Bill Counseling
  • Community Room
  • Ipad Lending
  • Printing
  • Veterans in Higher Education Transition Course
  • Workshops

 

The Cal Veteran Services Center is part of the Centers for Educational Equity and Excellence (CE3).  The Centers for Educational Equity and Excellence ensure non-traditional students excel at the top public University in the world. By respecting every undergraduate as a unique individual, CE3 programs empower UC Berkeley students to achieve and lead.  The seven programs of CE3 are:  Cal Independent Scholars Network, Cal Veteran Services Center, Educational Opportunity Program, Re-Entry Student Program, Student Parent Center, Transfer Student Services Center, and Undocumented Student Program.


“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.”
- Joseph Campbell

102 Hearst Memorial Gym

 Berkeley, CA 94720

p. 510.642.0083

f. 510.643.0013

 
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