Veterans on Campus Training
Welcome to Veterans on Campus - Faculty and Staff Only
All Southeastern Louisiana University faculty and staff are invited to participate
related to military cultural competence and supporting military and veteran students on campus.
Veterans on Campus is an interactive role-play simulation that builds understanding and
appreciation of the challenges faced by student veterans. In the simulation, learners assume the
role of a faculty or staff member and talk with three virtual student veterans struggling to adjust
to college life, trying different approaches to see what works best. The learning objectives of the
Veterans on Campus training are:
- Understand common challenges facing student veterans transitioning to campus life
- Manage classroom discussions around sensitive issues to veterans
- Recognize and approach student veterans struggling to adjust to college life to discuss
- Inform and connect students struggling to adjust to on- and off-campus support services
Faculty and staff who complete the online Veterans on Campus training will receive a
certificate of completion and qualify to receive Southeastern's “Green Zone” training
recognition. This includes a military friendly "Green Zone" badge (decal) and a digital version of
the badge. Faculty and staff will also receive a Military Challenge Coin minted specifically for
Southeastern Louisiana University.
Access Veterans on Campus
This link will take you to the Veterans on Campus training program. This program is managed
by a company called Kognito. To get started, select your Southeastern gmail account. You will
be asked a series of demographic questions about your role. Once you submit your answers to
the demographic questions, you will be able to launch the Veterans on Campus training. The
training program takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Let’s continue to strengthen Southeastern’s designation as a military friendly campus.
participation in Veterans on Campus is appreciated.
The LION VIP CARE program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration
(HRSA) of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1.2 million with 0% financed with non-
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