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Information for military members and their families related to CSU and federal programs and information.

Voting Overseas & Military Voters


Military Voters

Election Day is November 8th! If you are overseas or military, here's some critical information about voting in the 2022 Mid-Term Elections. Visit the Elections Assistance Commission for the most up-to-date information. 

Additional guides and information can be found in the Elections Research Guide as well.

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About this Libguide


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Image from Berkley Lab Website. 

About This Guide

This libguide is intended to provide student veterans with educational and career information related to their military service. You can also find information on military benefits, health, and well-being and how service members can access information on obtaining these benefits and services. Faculty, staff, and other types of students might find this libguide beneficial in finding information about the military, military service, and related topics. 

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact Alison Cook at: 


Military Students at Columbus State University



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Columbus State University is a Military Friendly School

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Veterans Benefits - Columbus State University
Military Enrollment at Columbus State University

Columbus State University is a Military Friendly School! See how you can pursue your academic goals during or after your military career. Information about dependent career and education resources can be found here as well. Contact and social media links are listed at the bottom to begin your educational journey. Check out our Military Students and Distance Education Guide as well.


State and Federal Veterans Administration

Veterans Associations - Columbus, GA


VFW - Columbus and Phenix City Areas
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 Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) 

Commander Post 665 Moina Michael Post
1824 Victory Dr
Columbus, GA 31901
Phone: (706) 687-6656

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) 

Post 665 Moina Michael Post
1824 Victory Dr
Columbus, GA 31901
Phone: (706) 687-6656

American Legion Posts - Columbus and Phenix City Areas
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American Legion 

Columbus North Post 323
4191 Milgen Rd.
Columbus, GA 31907

Samuel G. Cooke, Inc. Post 267
4027 Cusseta Rd.
Columbus, GA 31903

GA Post 0333
Post Type: Traditional
PO Box 6622 Columbus, GA 31917-6622
Phone: (706)580-5514
Charles S. Harrison Post 35
3361 N. Lumpkin Rd.
Columbus, GA 31903

AL Post 0135
Post Type: Traditional
PO Box 36 Phenix City, AL 36868-0036
Family: Auxiliary, Legion Riders
Phone: (334)297-6217

AL Post 0331
Post Type: Traditional
PO Box 1341 Phenix City, AL 36868-1341
Phone: (334)298-3106

Federal Departments and Interest Groups

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U.S. House of Representatives: Committee on Veterans' Affairs

"...information about membership, history, upcoming and past hearings, legislation and other important news concerning Committee action."

Logo for the National Council of State Legislatures National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL): Military and Veterans Affairs 

NCSL is a national organization that represents the interests of legislators and staff with the goals of supporting, defending, and strengthening state legislatures.

Institute For Veterans and Military Families Institute for Veterans and Military Families 

From Syracuse University in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase & Co., Founding Partner. "The mission of the IVMF is to fully leverage the intellectual, human and social capital of higher education, in service to America’s veterans and their families." The Research & Policy section of the site contains research briefs and reports. The Employer section contains monthly Employment Situation reports. 

History of Veteran's Day


Veterans Day, November 11

Enacted by Congress on June 4, 1926: "WHEREAS the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far-reaching war in human annals..."