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Veteran Services & Support

We THANK YOU for your extraordinary service and commitment.

Regardless of your military status—veteran, reservist, guardsmen, or active duty—a college education marks the start of a new mission and new journey. All of us at Mid recognize how challenging and exciting this next chapter of your life can be. And, we’re here to help every step of the way.

To obtain further information about veterans educational benefits, please fill out the Veteran Information Sheet and email it to Tammy Alvaro, at, or(989) 386-6634. She will then contact you to discuss your benefits further.

You can contact Mid's VA School Certifying Official, Beth Fitzpatrick, at or (989) 773-6622 x541.

Student Veterans at Mid

Veteran-Friendly Institution

We support those who serve and sacrifice as they become scholars and build brighter futures.

We commit to the highest level of service for our military-connected students—service that is personal, proactive, and positive. Because of our dedication to providing exceptional service to military-connected students, Mid Michigan College has been recognized as a Gold-Level Certified Veteran-Friendly School by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency.

We care about your success and about you as an individual. And that’s why as soon as you apply to Mid, you’ll be connected to one of our Mid Mentors and a dedicated team that is ready to help you succeed. Your Mid Mentor can assist you with everything from financial aid to registering for your courses, and they work closely with other team members who are well-versed in federal and state military education benefits and processes.

We understand that an education that meets your goals and needs is essential. That's why we continue to expand the number of courses, programs, credentials, and services that are available on-campus and remotely , via online and real-time virtual delivery methods. From one-on-one help registering for courses to academic support, our teams are ready to help you every step of the way.

  • Over 80 Programs & Pathways that lead to a variety of associate degrees, training credentials, and certificates that can be completed in as little as 2 semesters to 2 years.
  • Transfer-Focused programs and pathways prepare you to transfer into and succeed in the pursuit of advanced degrees, while saving you an average of $16,000 on your bachelor degree.* Plus, our experienced instructors develop our general education courses to promote broad knowledge and deep understanding.
  • Career-Ready programs and pathways provide you with the skills and knowledge you need for entry-level positions in fulfilling careers. Courses have been designed to reflect industry expectations and standards, and many offer the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications so you can be ready for real-world work.
  • Flexible Options include nearly 40 Programs & Pathways that can be completed 50% or more online. Plus, with a variety of course delivery methods—from on-campus to online, hybrid, real-time virtual, and HyFlex—Mid has the options and provides you with the opportunity to learn in the way that’s best for you.

Services for Veterans

Veteran Resources


  • 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.
  • Connect you with resources that provide information about 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 Centers

Our Veteran Resource Centers were inspired by you! Each of our main campus locations, in Harrison and Mt. Pleasant, feature a dedicated space for veterans and military-connected students to gather as a group and connect to available resources. Each center features several computers with CAC card readers, lounges with big screen TVs and gaming consoles, and quiet study spaces.

Harrison Campus Veterans Resource Center

Student Veterans of America (SVA)

Involvement and Connections

Mid’s active chapter of Student Veterans of America provides you with a network of support and opportunities to engage in activities outside of the classroom. Through SVA, Mid students have gone on charter fishing trips, volunteered and served in surrounding communities, and formed deep and lasting bonds with their fellow service members.

The SVA works to empower veterans to be informed consumers of higher education and make the most of the transition to civilian life. Scholarship and training opportunities are also available to support academic growth and degree attainment.

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!

Student Veterans of America Student Organization at Mid

SVA Leadership

Tammy Alvaro,

Lucas Hartman,

Vice President:



Public Relations Officer:

Interim Support for Veteran Students

Tammy Alvaro, Veterans Resource Coordinator

(989) 386-6634

School Certification Official

Beth Fitzpatrick

(989)386-6622 x541

VA General Contact Number

(888) 442-4551

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*Source: IPEDS Fall 2020, Institutional Characteristics. Savings compare the median 2020-2021 tuition and required fees for an academic year at public Michigan universities with Mid Michigan College, calculated for full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates. The tuition and required fees shown here are the lowest reported from the categories of in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. Visit each college or university website for current tuition information.

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