As a Military student, you will receive support on campus that will help you transition between military and seminary worlds. The Students Serving Veterans student group and Fuller Psychological and Family Services will provide a safe and welcoming environment where you are free to discuss the ironic, painful, and difficult with equal openness.

Emotional, Social and Academic Support

Student Groups

Students Serving Veterans
Fuller veterans have recently become an officially recognized chapter of Student Veterans of America (, making it part of a national coalition of over 985 student veteran organizations in all 50 states. In addition to advocating for veterans on a national level, SVA provides scholarship opportunities, and training for student veteran leadership, to include annual conferences. It is the mission of the SVA chapter at Fuller to support veterans in the Fuller community by increasing awareness and acceptance of veterans on campus. The SVA chapter also helps serve student veterans seeking ministerial jobs after graduation, and informing all students about careers in the military, to include but not limited to chaplaincy and psychology, through Fuller's Schools of Theology and Psychology.

For more information about how Fuller students are serving veterans, click on the links below:
Fuller Theology Student Provides Resource Help to Female Veterans
Seminary MDiv Student Featured on Air Force Reserve's Website

Fuller Psychological and Family Services

The Psychological Center, the training arm of the School of Psychology, offers services through its outpatient clinic, Fuller Psychological and Family Services. Clinical services are provided by students enrolled in the Clinical Psychology PhD or PsyD programs, or the Marriage and Family Therapy programs. FPFS serves children, adolescents, and adults through individual, couple, family and group therapy. Students in the SOT and SIS programs are offered a discounted rate of $20 per session. Licensed Psychologists and Marriage and Family Therapists are available at a higher rate. Some of the specific services offered are:

  • Psychological screenings for candidacy into the ministry
  • Psychological evaluations and testing for adults and children
  • Counseling aimed at resolution of a variety of relational, emotional, spiritual, moral, and cultural problems that may arise in every day life
  • Crisis and ongoing counseling to victims and/or perpetrators of abuse
  • Premarital counseling and marital enrichment/ therapy
  • A variety of group counseling opportunities

For more information or to make an appointment, call 626-584-5555.

(626) 584-5200
(800) 235-2222
135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91182