Systemwide Human Resources

Military Servicemembers' and Veterans' Rights for Applicants, Students and Employees

Servicemember and Veteran Applicants for Admission to the CSU

Military servicemembers and veterans may be eligible for admission to the CSU under special admissions programs.Please visit the Veterans Affairs Programs and Services site.

Related Links:
Executive Order 1040

Servicemember and Veteran Students

Military servicemembers and veterans, who believe they are experiencing discrimination, harassment or retaliation because of their status as a servicemember or veteran, may file a discrimination complaint. (See also, Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation). The CSU offers Veterans Affairs Programs and Services at its campuses. For more information about these programs, Please visit the Veterans Affairs Programs and Services webpage for information and assistance in locating the campus services.

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Additional Resources for Veterans

Servicemember and Veteran Applicants for Employment with the CSU

The CSU is an equal opportunity employer and provides each applicant with the opportunity to declare the applicant’s status as a military servicemember or veteran. Military servicemembers and veterans, who believe they are experiencing discrimination may file a discrimination complaint.

Related Links:
Executive Order 1096 Revised

Servicemember and Veteran Employees of the CSU

An employee who is a servicemember or veteran is a member of a protected status. If an employee is experiencing discrimination, harassment or retaliation because of this protected status or if an employee is not receiving the rights and benefits to which a servicemember or veteran is entitled, that employee may file a complaint.

Related Links:
Executive Order 1096 Revised

Contact

Linda Hanson, Assistant Vice Chancellor

CSU Office of the Chancellor
401 Golden Shore
Long Beach, CA

(562) 951-4641