Nontraditional and Military Student Services

Nontraditional and Military Student Services

Nontraditional and Military Student Services (NTMSS) provides assistance to support you as you make career and educational choices. Beginning, returning to, or continuing your college education can pose a variety of challenges. The NTMSS staff is familiar with the issues facing nontraditional and military students and can be a resource as you plan and complete your program.

Whether you are a nontraditional student starting or restarting your education, or an active-military or Veteran student, we can assist you in navigating the application process and easing your transition to BGSU.

Advisors are also available to assist current students.  We can help you discover and utilize campus resources and develop programs to best meet your needs.

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***NTMSS HOURS FOR THE HOLIDAY AND SEMESTER BREAK***

November 26th and 27th office and Veteran Center is closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.

November 30th through December 11th: Regular hours Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 8pm and Friday 7:30am - 5pm

December 14th - December 23rd: Office and Vet Center Hours 8am -5pm

December 24th and December 25th the office will be closed for the holiday.

December 28th - December 31st we will have limited office and Veteran Center hours of 10am-6pm

Friday January 1, 2021 the office will be closed for the holiday.

Beginning January 4, 2021 NTMSS will resume regular hours Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 8pm and Friday 7:30am - 5pm.

STUDENT RESOURCES

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Military Affiliated Students

Nontraditional and Military Student Services is here to aid military affiliated students in their transition to becoming BGSU students and to continue assisting throughout their college career.

Nontraditional Students

We define nontraditional students as those who are 23 or older, students who are parents, or students who may identify as a nontraditional student based on other circumstances. 

Student Parents

BGSU is committed to supporting the parenting student population. As part of that effort, we want to connect parenting students with services available on the BGSU campus and beyond. 

Prior Learning Assessment

Earn credit toward a degree for prior college coursework, corporate or military training, and/or hands-on knowledge gained from prior work experience. 

Our Office

The NTMSS Office is located at 16 College Park Office Building and supports students that are 23 and older, student parents and military affiliated students.

CONTACT US

Dr. Barbara Henry, Assistant Vice President Nontraditional and Military Student Services
David Rice, Assistant Director
Jason Graven, Military Program Coordinator
Tina Borders, Senior Secretary
Adriana Italiano, Graduate Assistant

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