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Physical Address:

Operation Education
operationeducation@uidaho.edu
Jason Nierman, Director, Military and Veterans Services
208-885-6229
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4259
Moscow, ID 83844-4259

Questions about giving?

bmartin@uidaho.edu
Brad Martin, Director of Development, Operation Education
208-885-0935


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At the University of Idaho, we recognize that for many veterans with disabilities, returning to a normal and productive life is about more than just money. Therefore, the Operation Education Scholarship Program offers a comprehensive package with three vital components that are customized to meet your personal needs. Each individual plan will address the academic, home and social, and financial challenges you may encounter during your transition back to civilian life.

Academic Support 

The program offers tutoring and provides adaptive equipment such as computer hardware and voice recognition software, as well as note takers and learning specialists to assist you in the classroom. Additionally, the program offers assistance through mentoring, internships and job placement services. 

Financial Support 
Operation Education provides scholarship assistance for tuition, fees, books and living expenses.

Additional Support 
Operation Education can assist you with on-campus housing and transportation, medical assistance, child care, and personal and family counseling services.

Physical Address:

Operation Education
operationeducation@uidaho.edu
Jason Nierman, Director, Military and Veterans Services
208-885-6229
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4259
Moscow, ID 83844-4259

Questions about giving?

bmartin@uidaho.edu
Brad Martin, Director of Development, Operation Education
208-885-0935