Student Veteran Organization
The Student Veteran Organization (SVO) is a social organization that provides a support network of military and veteran students attending UNO and hosts events that bring academic, career, social and volunteer opportunities to students.
The SVO is a registered chapter of the Student Veterans of America, a national veteran advocacy group.
Interested in Joining?
Any military veteran, national guard, reservist or dependent of a military veteran who is a current student of UNO can join. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org find them on Engage or stop by the Office of Military and Veteran Services to learn more.
Weekly SVO Meetings
The Student Veteran Organization holds regular meetings and anyone interested in learning more about the SVO are welcome to attend. Meetings are held in the Office of Military and Veteran Services student lounge. Contact the SVO for dates and times and ways to get involved.
Weekly Wednesday Coffee Talks, Free Premium Coffee and Donuts
10:00 A.M., MBSC 117
Are you looking for opportunities to connect with other student veterans on campus? The SVO is partnering with Urban Abbey to host an hour of conversation, camaraderie and fellowship for veterans on UNO's campus. No need to RSVP, just come to the Office of Military and Veteran Services conference room Wednesdays at 10 A.M. We hope to see you there!
Weekly Friday Veterans Success Group, Free Toppers Pizza
12:00 P.m., MBSC 224
The SVO is partnering with Topper's Pizza to host an hour of conversation and free lunch! Every week! No need to RSVP, just come to 224 MBSC at 12 P.M.
Women Mav Vets Monthly Meetings for Female Veterans
First Friday of the Month, 8:30 A.M., MBSC Maverick Den (first floor cafe)
Service Project Events
VA Stand Down for Homeless Vets, Volunteers Needed
Friday, November 16, 2018, 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
RSVP to volunteer at email@example.com
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