The college actively seeks grants and funding for its veteran resources, which has helped student veterans get laptops, books and education grants. The college also recently expanded its student veteran space, Gabbard said.
“But way beyond money, we continually ask our employees to understand the challenge of re-entering the community,” he said. “We want [student veterans] to feel like this is a place, not just where you take classes, but where you thrive. We want to be there for you just as you were there for us.”