Thank You For Your Service!
Welcome to Cape Cod Community College. It is our honor to have you here and to be of service to you as you pursue your education. Regardless of whether you are a new student, or returning student, or you are transferring to our campus from another institution, we are here to help you take advantage of the numerous educational opportunities through the GI Bill® and other programs, and to assist with a variety of resources you need to make the most out of your time at 4Cs.
Cape Cod Community College Military and Veteran Students are encouraged to take advantage of the newly renovated 4Cs Veterans Center. Located on the second floor of the Wilkens Library, the Veterans Center offers a relaxing environment for veterans to study, network, or grab a cup of coffee in between classes.
Veterans of recent military service, and the dependents of certain other service members, may be entitled to educational assistance payments from the Veterans Administration. Reservists and members of the National Guard may also be eligible for monthly educational benefits. Cape Cod Community College is an approved institution for veterans and veterans' beneficiaries training.
Cape Cod Community College will adhere to the requirements of and comply with S2248 PL 115-407 Section 103.
For a copy of your military transcript: jst.doded.mil/jst/
Veterans seeking assistance for Advising should contact John Alexander in the Military & Veterans Services Office: 774.330.4478
The Military Veteran Services Advisor can offer the following assistance about the VA benefits and information to veterans:
We look forward to working with you as you continue your education at 4Cs!
Federal law and regulations protect active duty, guard and reserve military personnel who are called up to active duty for deployment during the term in which they are enrolled at a post-secondary education institution. According to these regulations, student whose education was interrupted by voluntary or involuntary military service has the right to readmission. These regulations also apply to students who receive orders to Permanent Change of Station (PCS) and students who enlist in a regular component of the armed forces. For more information regarding this law, please use the link to 34 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) section 668.18, effective as of July 1, 2010.
The Student Veterans of American at Cape Cod Community College helps provide support to veterans enrolled at Cape Cod Community College in their pursuit of education through a collaboration of veterans, students, faculty, school, and government resources. The Veteran Support Group is a recognizable symbol with which students can relate to each other and increase the public’s general awareness of the cultures, social background, and barriers of the veteran and military community.
Weekly meetings of the The Student Veterans of American at Cape Cod Community College, a student veteran-run organization, are held in the Veterans Center as well.
Weekly Zoom Session
Fridays at 11:00 a.m.
https://capecod.zoom.us/j/96804471919Meeting ID: 968 0447 1919
To apply for the Club, please e-mail: email@example.com
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SVA @ 4Cs open Virtual Lounge (Open to all members and perspective members)
Every Friday at 11:00 a.m.
SVA @ 4Cs and the Cape Cod Center Present Monthly Virtual Meetings
Second Friday of each month at 1 pm
SVA @ 4Cs Leadership Meetings
Bi-weekly Fridays at 10 am
If you are in interested in leadership positions within the SVA, please e-mail: Joshua.Maloney@CapeCod.edu
New England Student Veteran Virtual Lounge
Hosted by an initiative and collaboration with New England Schools of Higher Education
Spring 2021: Wednesdays
4 pm–5 pm via Zoom
February 10, February 24, March 10, March 24, April 7, and April 21
Student Veterans of America National Conference:
Join thousands of students from across the country, inspiring speakers, leading employers, and thought leaders to exchange ideas and best practices on topics that matter: thriving in a virtual world, growing and sustaining your SVA Chapter, funding and fundraising, addressing racial injustice, and more.
February 19–20, 2021
This semester: Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) with Micaela Black in collaboration with the CCCC Military and Veteran Services Advisor and the Cape Cod VetCenter, hosted Micaela Black from the Providence Vet Success on Campus.
November 2020: 4Cs Celebrates Veteran’s Week was a week of events in November of 2020. The week hosted presented topics applicable to any student veteran, but also students staff.
What can I do for my country now? In this emotional interview, Joshua Maloney meets Charles U. Daly and his son, Charlie Daly. They discuss Charles’s service in Korea, his time assisting JFK in his Presidency, and what motivates him to continue to serve by publishing a book about his experiences.