Veteran Students

Veteran students remain an important part of the college community, just as when the CIA was founded to support returning World War II veterans. If students are veterans, they are eligible for resources available—student support offices stand ready to assist from orientation to graduation. Whether veteran students are residents or commuters, they should consider becoming a part of the Veterans Association and Auxiliary student organization on campus. This can help students meet fellow veterans and get involved in social activities and community events.

If students are seeking information about local Veterans Affairs (VA) services for health care, visit:

New York



The Veterans Services Committee is a college-wide group that meets to monitor the experience of veteran students on campus, and initiates new processes to improve their experience at the CIA. Students can contact us at and a member of the committee will reach out to follow up and/or invite the student to meet to discuss the situation.