Veteran Services Center supports veteran students from enrollment through graduation.

About Veterans Services


The GCC Veteran Services Center provides individualized enrollment and referral services to help veterans meet their educational and career goals. We are committed to providing uncompromising service by adhering to the highest standards of compassion, commitment, excellence, professionalism, integrity, accountability and stewardship.

Core Values

We will treat all veterans and their families with the utmost dignity and compassion. We will provide services in a caring manner, with a sympathetic consciousness of others' potential distress together with a desire to provide options to alleviate it.

Veterans have earned our gratitude and respect. Their contract with the American people and memorial service needs to drive our actions.

We strive to exceed the expectations of veterans and their families. We strive to perform at the highest level of competence and take pride in individual and team accomplishments.

Our success depends on maintaining a highly-skilled, diverse, and compassionate workforce. We foster a culture that values equal opportunity, innovation and accountability.

We recognize the importance of accurate information. We practice open, truthful, and timely communication with veterans, employees, and external stakeholders. By carefully listening and responding to individual concerns, we seek continuous improvement in our programs and services.

We will perform in a manner at all times that makes us accountable, responsible, and answerable to veterans and their families, our leaders and other employees as well as external stakeholders.

We will ensure responsible stewardship of the human, financial and natural resources as well as data and information entrusted to us. We will improve performance through the use of innovative technologies, evidence-based medical practices, and sound business principles.



Building: Veteran Services Center (VSC)
Phone: (623) 845-3362
Fax: (623) 845-3140

A statue of a soldier saluting was displayed on campus in 2012.