Get Connected with Other VeteransTransitioning from the military to college can be a stressful change, a real culture shock. Students might miss the network of support found in the military community. They might feel like outsiders or become frustrated with their new environment.
By engaging in on-campus activities or in the community, veteran students build and expand their social and professional network, helping them succeed in their academic and personal life. Join us at CCBC!
Student Veterans of America (SVA) Club
- Take on leadership roles
- Host “Lunch and Learn” sessions
- Attend special events
- Organize trips
- Provide peer mentoring
- Plan volunteer activities
Note: If you are a military dependent (spouse or dependent child, or survivor of a deceased military service member) and are interested in forming a family member chapter, please let us know!
Veteran Success Committee (VSC)
CCBC Veteran Alumni Chapter
The CCBC Veteran Alumni Chapter serves a multitude of purposes, such as:
- facilitating volunteering and community service
- service to the college,
- CCBC student-veteran mentorship
- networking with industry
- education and more
SALUTE Honor Society
To be elligible for SALUTE, a student must:
- be currently enrolled at CCBC
- be serving or have received an honorable discharge
- have completed at least 12 credit hours with CCBC
- maintain a GPA of at least 3.0 as an undergraduate student
Friday, November 10Catonsville, Dundalk and Essex campuses will host ceremonies to honor veterans.