Student Services

Veteran Services

Thank you for your service! The mission of Veteran Services at State College of Florida is to bridge the transition from military life to college life and beyond for our student veterans and dependents.  In connection with the mission of SCF, Veteran Service Centers on the Bradenton and Venice campuses work to provide caring, engaging, and quality services through accessible learning environments resulting in student success and community prosperity.

As a result of the current situation with COVID-19 Veteran Services will offer virtual advising services. 

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Note: advising appointments will begin at 8:30 a.m. 

Veteran Advisors will meet virtually through Microsoft Teams.  To meet with your advisor click on the link below and follow the instructions.  Be advised, you may not be connected instantly.  

For virtual advising you must have a microphone and internet (or cellular) access.  This program does work with your cell phone.  

To log on: You must enter as guest

  1. Click on the link associated with the advisor you want to meet with
  2. A page will open asking you to download OR to use Teams on the Web. You must use Teams on the Web. Do not download. (If you are using your phone, download the app, but enter as a guest).
  3. Enter your name and click "Join Now"
  4. You will be entered into a wait room and your advisor will connect with you shortly.  

Virtual Advising Links

Lisa Goss:

For virtual advising with Lisa click here

Andre Grant:

For Virtual Advising with Andre click here.

Bill Graydon:

For virtual advising with Bill click here.  

Getting Started

The fastest way to get started is by connecting with Veteran Services by email:  Be sure to identify which campus you are attending, or would like to attend.  
  Veteran Center Locations  
SCF Bradenton   SCF Venice
Building 60   Building 1800

5840 26th St. W., Bradenton, FL 34207


8000 S. Tamiami Tr, Venice, FL 34293

To help you get started, we have also created a checklist, but keep a few things in mind: 

  1. Be sure to apply to the College
  2. Submit your high school transcript or GED transcript
  3. Request official transcripts of all previous college or university coursework (regardless of grades) NOTE: VA will not allow certification of coursework past two semesters if the College has not received all prior credit (including military credit)

Campus Engagement

SVA LogoSalute Honors Society

Student Veterans of America    Salute Veterans National Honor Society


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