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Veteran Services & Support

100 Veterans called Mid home last year


to your future.

You’ve dedicated yourself to something greater. You’ve sacrificed for something essential.

Mid Michigan College thanks you for your extraordinary service and commitment.

Regardless of your military status–veteran, reservist, guardsman, or active duty—a college education marks a new mission and new journey. Mid recognizes how challenging and exciting this exploration of your future can be. And, we’re here to help every step of the way. We are dedicated to providing outstanding services to help veterans, service members, or eligible family members of disabled veterans achieve their academic and personal goals.

Every semester, we serve between 100-150 military-connected students in this way.

To request more information, please submit the form (see left), or contact our Veteran Resource Representative.

Veteran-Friendly Institution

Supporting soldiers in becoming scholars

Because of our dedication to supporting veterans and their dependents, Mid Michigan College has been recognized as a gold-level Certified Veteran-Friendly school.

We commit to the highest level of service for our military-connected students—service that is personal and individualized. You are not a number. You will never be treated like you are.

Our veteran service representative will work directly with you to navigate Mid’s processes and the sometimes intimidating VA processes and forms that allow you to receive federal and state education benefits.

We understanding that educational excellence and flexible schedules are essential. We offer—

  • Nearly 50 degrees and certificates to accommodate various skills and goals.
  • Rapid-training programs and two-year associate degrees to launch a new career or build on the skills you have already developed.
  • Transfer programs for students intending to pursue bachelor degrees and higher. Mid commits to an affordable and exceptional way to begin your education.
  • Online, evening, and hybrid courses for flexible scheduling.
  • Support services for all students, including academic tutoring and supplemental instruction, well as a dedicated Veteran Resource Rep and Veteran Resource Center.

Services for Veterans

Student veterans relaxing in the Veterans Resource Center with their advisor. One student is reading a magazine

Veteran Resource Rep

Mid’s MI-Vet accredited, on-campus veteran rep understands, not only the programs and support services available to veterans, but the personal experience of military service, because he is an army veteran himself. As your single point-of-contact, he will connect you with both college and VA/veteran assistance and services.

Our veteran representative will—

  • Explain your options for paying for college and assist with completing the necessary forms.
  • Assist you with completing and submitting veteran education benefit forms and joint service transcript requests. And assist you with accessing and establishing other veteran benefits, such as VA healthcare or home loans.
  • Guide you through Mid’s processes for becoming a student and being successful.

Veteran Resource Center

Mid Michigan College’s Veteran Resource Center provides recreational space for student veterans to study and interact with one another. It is located in Room 306 on the Mt. Pleasant campus.

It features—

  • Computers with CAC card readers
  • DAV (Disabled American Veterans) representative sessions for assistance with disability claims
  • Television and comfortable seating
  • Resource materials and information specific to military-connected students and their family member

Student Veterans of America (SVA)

Members of the Student Veterans of America gather out front of the Mount Pleasant campus of Mid Michigan College.

Involvement and Connections

An active chapter of Student Veterans of America provides Mid Michigan College students opportunities to engage in activities outside of the classroom. Through SVA, Mid’s students have gone on charter fishing trips, volunteered and served in community outreach, and formed deep and lasting bonds with their fellow soldiers/veterans.

At the heart of Mid’s student-led chapter, and in alignment with the national organization’s vision, this group “empowers veterans to be informed consumers of higher education and make the most of the transition to civilian life.” The national organization provides veteran scholarships and training opportunities to support academic growth and degree attainment.

Contact Us!

SVA Leadership

Chris Stanton, Veteran Affairs Coordinator

Zach Leonard,

Vice President:
Devin Daniels,

Kevin Curtis,

Victor Burdick,

Public Relations Officer:
Genevieve Daniels,

Veteran Certification Official

Anita West
Financial Aid Loan Officer
(989)386-6622 Ext. 567

Chris Stanton

Veteran Resource Representative

(989) 773-6622, ext. 147

VA General Contact Number

(888) 442-4551

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