Over the years, many veterans have joined our Law School after completing their military service, and others are currently enrolled in classes while they continue to serve. We are grateful for their commitment to our national welfare and for the wisdom and experience they bring to our program. We encourage our veterans and service members to learn more about our community and to take advantage of the resources listed on this page.
Law School, Campus and Community Resources
Veterans Law Center
The Veterans Law Center is a free legal center staffed by volunteer lawyers, paralegals and law students. The center serves veterans and their families, providing brief legal advice, information and referrals on a variety of civil legal matters.
Veterans Legal Society
The Veterans Legal Society provides a social, academic and networking forum for student veterans, as well as students interested in military careers. The organization also helps facilitate the Veterans Law Center by assisting with logistics and volunteer coordination. To learn more about the Veterans Legal Society, contact email@example.com.
- Veterans, Educators & Traditional Students
V.E.T.S. is a strong student-veteran organization that has been on campus since 1972 and serves as UW-Madison's local Student Veterans of America chapter.
Wisconsin GI Bill
The Wisconsin GI Bill provides remission of 100% of standard academic and segregated fees as a University of Wisconsin System institution to eligible Wisconsin veterans and their dependents.
- William S. Middleton Memorial VA Hospital
Eligible veterans may use the William S. Middleton Memorial VA Hospital, located just west of campus. To determine eligibility, contact the veterans outreach coordinator at 608-256-1901, ext. 11297. All enrolled students may also use the University Health Service.
For more information regarding available resources and services, please visit UW-Madison's Office of the Registrar website.
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