Walsh College Resources
These resources are here to help you with your benefit certification and education processes at Walsh:
This grant is available to any active duty or reserve service member. There are no annual or semeser caps. When used in conjunction with Military Tuition Assistance, undergradaute tuition costs are covered and graduate tuition is reduced. Application and additional details can be found here.
College Web Contacts:
Veteran Educational Benefits Resources
These resources help to make it as simple as possible to use your education benefits:
Resources for ALL Veteran Benefits
These resources relate to all VA benefits for which you may be eligible:
American Legion - The American Legion is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization. The American Legion is committed to mentoring youth, sponsoring community programs, and providing support to fellow servicemembers and veterans. The American Legion was created by and exists for the people it serves and the communities in which it thrives.
County Veteran Services Centers: Local county service centers help veterans and their families obtain and maintain all veteran-related benefits from federal, state, and local government agencies. The Veteran Service Centers help to reduce some of the challenges that may arise while navigating the VA benefits process.
Dept. of Veterans Affairs - Explore a wide array of resources, ranging from home loans to life insurance.
MI Department of Military and Veterans Affairs - Offers many benefits to veterans including financial, educational, and healthcare benefits.
Michigan Housing Locator - Offers veterans assistance as they obtain temporary or permanent housing.
Michigan Veterans Trust Fund - Provides grants to veterans and thier families who are in immediate and temporary need of financial assistance. For help determining who to contact, please email our Veteran Services Coordinator, Lauren.
National Archives - Lists many services for veterans, ways you can request copies of your military records.
VFW - The VFW is committed to ensuring that all veterans are respected and honored for their service. The VFW has many services available for veterans, as well as opportunities to volunteer.
Veterans Upward Bound Program - Provides free academic services designed to help veterans prepare to enter or re-enter a post-secondary study program.
Walsh College SVO: The Walsh College Student Veteran Organization (WCSVO) was created to offer a means of community and networking for Walsh College veterans and the surrounding community. Visit the WCSVO on Facebook to learn more.
VA Medical Contacts
These links are the most commonly used medical contacts:
VA Medical Contacts - Need mental or health care? Use this site to find out what you’re eligible for and where you can receive the care you need.
Michigan Association of County Veterans Counselors - This organization assists veterans and their families as they obtain county, state, and federal benefits to which they are entitled. Find the Veteran Counselor nearest you by clicking here.
These resources can help you find your next career and be better prepared for interviews: