The goal of the Veteran Student Office at Nashua Community College is to assist veterans, reservists and guardsmen to succeed at NCC. We feel that effective communication is key to that end. Our office is here to assist you to locate the educational resources you need to achieve your goals.
Enrollment verification for properly documented veteran-students is electronically reported to the Veteran Administration after the add-drop period for the college system.
VA funded students should see the Veteran Certifying Official(VCO) of the College before taking any action affecting their enrollment status (such as course drops, adds, or non-passing grades). Failure to do so may result in termination of benefits and/or a debt letter from the VA.
All chapters should contact the VCO before adding a major. Additional information may be required by the VA before we can certify you for a second major. Some chapters do not allow dual enrollment.
Satisfactory progress toward completion must be maintained. See College Student Handbook for Academic Standing requirements. The Veteran Certifying Official is required to report Academic Probation and Suspension to the VA.
Students must follow the course requirements listed in their curriculum for their stated program as the VCO can only report courses within that program.
Please see the Veteran Certifying Official if you need assistance or have questions.
Veteran Certifying Official
Veteran Student Office- Room 99A
Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 9 am to 2 pm
Wednesday, 1-6 pm
Ph: 603.578.8900 X1679
VA Information: website: www.gibill.va.gov Phone (888) GI-BILL-1 (888-442-4551)