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 Northwest Vista College Library
1st Floor, Redbud Learning Center (RLC)
3535 N. Ellison Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
210-486-4513 
mailto:nvc-library@alamo.edu
Mon - Thur: 7:30am to 6:00pm
Fri: CLOSED
Sat: CLOSED
Sun: CLOSED 
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Meet your Vet to Vet Advocates:

For many veterans, the transition to college can be faced with challenges or questions. The NVC Vet to Vet program is designed to help our fellow veterans succeed. Our Vet to Vet advocates are faculty and staff members who are also veterans. They are here to support you and inform you about resources on campus and in the community. Meet your V2V advocate today by selecting  and contacting one of the them from the list below. We are excited about helping you with your journey here at NVC. 

Thank you for your service!

Gary Bowling Calvin Fogle Pat Fontenot Jason Futrell
Gary Bowling Calvin Fogle Patrick Fontenot Jason Futrell
       
Edward Giese Dennis Gittinger Photo - Jesse Daniel Johnson
Edward Giese Dennis Gittinger Jesse James Harbert III Daniel Johnson
       
Brooke Lee Bill Loftus Crystal Manboard Lake Stith
Brooke Lee Bill Loftus Crystal Manboard Lake Stith
       
Miguel Munoz      
Miguel Munoz      
(In Memoriam)      

 

Online Crisis Chat for Veterans
Online Crisis Chat for Veterans

National Hope Line
1-800-784-2433

Contact Information

 

Betty Cunningham, Sr. Coordinator of Veterans Affairs:
ecunningham@alamo.edu

Jason Futrell, V2V Program Lead:
jfutrell2@alamo.edu

Marie Morgan, Student Life Director:
mmorgan66@alamo.edu

Gary Bowling, V2V Advocate:
gbowling1@alamo.edu

Useful Links

Veterans Affairs

Counseling Services

ADA Accommodations

Student Leadership Opportunities

Make a Plan 
Resources for Military and Veterans going to college in Texas

The Military Suicide Epidemic: an NPR series: http://longhaul.pro/about/npr-series/