Our mission at the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) is to support our Values-Based Culture and assist our veterans, military, and their families in achieving academic, personal, and professional success.
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is here to guide students utilizing their VA Benefits and Hazlewood Exemption. We are here to ensure that all necessary documents are submitted to the Department of Veterans Affairs and to certify student enrollments. We also act as the liaison between other HSC departments and community-based resources. The VRC is a space also available for our military-affiliated students to come study or relax.
TTUHSC educates students, provides patient care and conducts biomedical and clinical research. We graduate the most health care professionals in the state of Texas. Nationally recognized for innovative programs, academic achievement, and our cutting-edge research, we are training the next generation of highly qualified health professionals.
To date we have trained more than 28,000 health care professionals who are serving patients and driving medical discovery in tangible, life-changing ways – both for the 2.75 million people in our immediate service area and around the world.
TTUHSC operates five schools and five satellite campuses across West Texas, as-well-as multiple online programs. Our flagship campus resides proudly in Lubbock, Texas.
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HSC Veterans and Military Advisor
Sara Henly is the Veterans and Military Advisor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). She is responsible for the operation of the HSC Veterans Resource Center (VRC), and providing services to the HSC’s military-affiliated student population across five campuses, educational sites, and distance learners. Sara began her career with TTUHSC in 2016 after serving in the United States Navy.
We are eager to reach students before they enter our institution, to guide them through their transition and assist them with the often confusing process of applying for and managing their education benefits.