Our veterans and Maryland community colleges


Senator Steve Waugh

Annapolis, MD - State Senator Steve Waugh [R - District 29] presents a report from Annapolis, where the Maryland General Assembly is currently in session.

Senate Bill 509, Veteran Resource Centers - This bill requires each community college to employ at least one full-time veterans advisor to provide enrollment and advising services to students who are veterans and to establish a veterans resource center on the community college campus.  Veterans need a comprehensive center that consolidates timely, information essential to making effective transitions, access to retraining, and focused reintegration resources. Participants of the Veteran's Summit ranked this as their top priority for Personal Matters. Find out more

Veterans Advocacy Day in Annapolis
Veterans Advocacy Day will be held in Annapolis on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Many attendees from the Veterans Summit held this past November will be coming to the Maryland General Assembly to meet with legislators regarding veteran bills that are currently moving through the House and Senate--many of which were inspired by the working groups at the Summit. If you would like more information, please contact Sen. Waugh's deputy chief of Staff, Ellen Knipe at All RSVP's must be received by Feb. 20. Also, be sure to follow the Maryland Veteran's Caucus Facebook page

2018-2019 Senatorial Scholarship Application
The application period for the 2018-2019 District 29 Senatorial Scholarship has opened.  The application deadline is March 30, 2018.  For more information on how to apply for the 2018-2019 Senatorial Scholarship, please visit my website via the following link-

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