Veterans Forms + Resources

Veterans Forms
Veterans Services Checklist
VA Student Statement of Responsibility
VA Request for Certification CCC
Declaration or Change of Major
Registration Appointment + California Promise Grant Appeal
Additional Admissions + Records Forms
VA Resources
California Veterans Resource Book
CA Veterans Resource Book – CalVet
Contra Costa County Veterans Office –
Veteran Services Officer
10 Douglas Drive, Suite 100
Martinez, CA 94553
Sentinels of Freedom
Student veterans are a unique population, with unique needs. In recognition of this fact, Sentinels of Freedom is a non-profit that assist severely wounded or injured, Post-9/11 veterans in their efforts to receive their higher education.  Sentinels of Freedom’s program is a called The Bridge for Education, a program that helps fill the gaps GI Bill payments do not cover. This allows for veterans to focus their attention on their studies, career, and family.
Looking for financial help in receiving your degree with Contra Costa College
Let Sentinels of Freedom help you achieve your goals!
Sentinels of Freedom works with Contra Costa College to offer a physical and emotional “safe space” for veterans to connect, share, and support each other in a calm, quiet environment (particularly important for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and/or traumatic brain injury.)  Click here to apply.
Veterans Crisis Line:
24/7 confidential help for veterans in crisis or
concerned about one.
Call 800-273-8255 Press 1
Text 838255
Ask VA (AVA) – An easier and faster way for you to get the answers you need from the VA.
MyVA411 main information line: 800-698-2411
VA Tutor Assistance
COVID-19 FAQs for Veterans
Helpful Links to Resources Find the perfect school for you.
Military Discounts Guide
This comprehensive guide explains which businesses offer discounts to the military community and discusses where to find other benefits such as free online classes and free tax filing.
Student Veterans of American (SVA)
Student Veterans of America (SVA) elevates the academic, professional, and personal development of veterans in higher education through chapter programs and services, outcomes and impacts research, and advocacy at every level. With a mission focused on empowering student veterans, SVA is committed to providing an educational experience that goes beyond the classroom.
Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
SSVF provides case management and supportive services to prevent the imminent loss of a Veteran’s home or identify a new, more suitable housing situation for the individual and his or her family; or to rapidly re-house Veterans and their families who are homeless and might remain homeless without this assistance. is an online library that aims to better equip advocates and providers with the tools they need to connect with veterans of all ages and assist them.
VA Scholarships
Edith Nourse Rogers STEM Scholarship
Fry Scholarships