Mid Michigan College’s student-veterans recently received a 50-inch television from the Harrison Michigan VFW and American Legion Posts. The organizations split the cost of the television that will be used by students in the new Veterans Resource Center, which will be available when Harrison Campus renovations are complete in early 2020.
Mid Michigan College is investing $12 Million to improve its existing learning and student spaces through a renovation of the College’s Harrison Campus. The College will reduce the Harrison Campus’ footprint to improve efficiencies, create a welcoming atmosphere by beautifying facilities and outdoor spaces, create student gathering and co-curricular spaces, address infrastructure and mechanical system issues, and improve campus safety and security.
“I’m proud of our student-veterans here at Mid, and it is great to see veteran organizations in the area working together to meet the goals of our student-veteran population,” shared Chris Stanton, Coordinator of Apprenticeships & Veterans Affairs at Mid Michigan College.
Mid is dedicated to providing outstanding service that supports veterans, service members, and eligible family members in achieving their academic and personal goals. The College provides a Veterans Resource Representative who is available to answer all of questions and help individuals navigate the college and veteran benefit processes, and offers student-veterans exclusive access to a Veterans Resource Center on each campus.