Office of Veteran & Military Services
“I would recommend Macomb to anyone but veterans especially. People at Macomb really want to make it a better school for veterans, and it shows.”
- Alexandre Payette, former U.S. Navy Electrician, USS San Juan
Macomb’s Office of Veteran & Military Services offers a network of services and resources to guide veterans, service members, and their family members through the educational process and into a successful career path.
- A direct point of contact to help you navigate VA and college processes.
- Access to priority registration.
- Extended payment due dates for GI Bill users.
- Scholarships for veterans, service members and their families.
- Guidance through college processes and advocacy to help you reach your goals.
- Assistance in understanding and maximizing your veteran and military education benefits.
- Guidance through processes when you are issued military orders.
- Connections to community resources.
- Connections to College resources: registration, tutoring, Student Options for Success, career building and resume writing, stress and time management assistance, financial aid counseling, etc.
- Connection to our student veteran organization, which helps to provide a sense of community for our veterans and their families.
Obtaining Your Military Transcript
Macomb, like other colleges, awards credit for your military service. But first you need to request your military transcript and have it sent to our Records and Registration Office.
To request your Joint Services Transcript (JST) or other military transcripts, use the links below:
The American Council on Education is an important resource for information on how to obtain and understand your military education credit, including CLEP examinations, JST, and DANTES.
Free Emergency Financial Assistance for Veterans:
Thanks to generous donations, free funding is available for veterans to reduce non-tuition barriers to education:
- Textbooks and Classroom Supplies
- Travel and Transportation Expenses (e.g. fuel costs, car repairs, bus passes)
- Living Expenses (e.g. food costs, utility bills, childcare, interview attire, hygiene needs)
Application process for veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces:
- Fill out the Intake Form and submit to Student Options for Success (SOS).
- Veteran and Military Services (VMS) and/or SOS will follow up to discuss needs and possible awards.
- Veteran can be awarded up to $300 to assist with emergency barriers to education.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Priority of Service for Qualified Job Training Programs
Macomb Community College provides “priority of service” for eligible veterans and their spouses with respect to job training programs funded in whole or in part by federal funds, as required by 20 CFR 1010.100-1010.330; or departmental guidance, as a condition for receiving Department of Labor (DOL) job training program funds.
“My brakes went out on my car and I had to borrow money to get them fixed. Veterans Services helped me get the funds to pay off my debt. I have told two other veterans about Macomb.”
South Campus, G-224
Email: Veteran Services
|Mon. - Tues.||8:00am - 6:00pm *|
|Wed. - Fri.||8:00am - 4:30pm *|
* Students should arrive 1/2 hour before closing.
Paperwork drop off at Center Campus Records/Registration Office (G-110).
Postal Mailing Address
14500 E 12 Mile Road
Warren, MI 48088
“Veterans Services assisted me tremendously by guiding me through the very complicated process of tuition assistance. (Compared) to my experience with other colleges, Macomb made (using my GI benefits) seamless and emotionally positive.”