In the summer of 2014, a small group of veterans came together to discuss the need for community and mentorship among student veterans attending Liberty University. The result was the formation of the Student Veterans Association, an official student group approved by the Student Government Association that is also affiliated with Student Veterans of America.
Keeping with the traditions and culture of Liberty University’s passion for Christian service, the Liberty University Student Veterans Association (SVA) embraces the motto Survus Semper or Serve Always. It is our mission to serve veterans within the community while fostering a culture of camaraderie, mentorship and educational success among veterans on campus.
An Approved Chapter of Student Veterans of America
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Members of SVA are encouraged to become involved in our many service projects that will count for your Christian Community Service requirement. These opportunities include Thank-A-Vet day at the Lynchburg VA Clinic, Vet-to-Vet Tutoring as well as meeting the individual needs of veterans in the community.
We want to encourage all of our members to use their talents and passions to help make SVA more successful at accomplishing our mission. We need your expertise to ensure that our organization is able to continue serving student veterans year after year. Whether your talent is in graphic design or accounting, we have a job for you.
Student Veteran Mentorship Program
Student Veterans at Liberty University are blessed to have a well-experienced pool of faculty that care about student veterans. The Student Veteran Mentorship Program wants to pair you with a faculty mentor that can offer you guidance and expert knowledge for the career field that you wish to pursue. Not sure what career field is right for you? We can also pair you with a faculty mentor that will help you discover how your talents, abilities, and passions can lead you to a fulfilling career.
The Student Veterans Association is open to student veterans who have served honorably in the U.S. Armed Services. Faculty and staff members of Liberty University who are veterans are encouraged to get involved in the group as well. Applicants may be requested to present a valid DD-214 in order to protect against stolen valor.