The Office Military and Veterans Affairs invites military-connected members of the University and allies to participate in the annual Veterans Day run and pancake breakfast. The two-mile run will start and end at Ellsworth Hall.
Serving those who have served.
The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs provides guidance and mentorship for veterans, those still serving and their family members. We offer assistance in academic and benefit support; we also bring answers to questions regarding WMU, the VA and southwest Michigan.
While transitioning back into civilian and college life, let us help you with many of the challenges that you may face, including:
- Academic support
- Career services
- Counseling and disability services
- GI benefits and in-state tuition
- Student Veterans of America (SVA)
- Transition assistance
- VetSuccess on Campus
2nd Lt. Hunter Davidson and his team of Michigan National Guard soldiers help feed families during COVID-19.
July 29, 2021
As the fall semester starts, the Office of Military and Veteran Affairs will begin in-person services. You will be able to receive the support, guidance, and mentoring via face-to-face appointments, phone, email, and Zoom.
For an appointment, you may call our office at 269-387-4444. Phone calls will be attended to in the order received.
You may also contact the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs staff via email directly:
- Billy Clayton, Benefits, Admissions, General questions
- Brent Haddow, VetSuccess on Campus Coordinator
Your success is our top priority and we will do our best to serve your needs. Thank you for your patience and be well!
Students who are military service members or veterans may receive a block of up to 15 credit hours of open elective credit towards a bachelor's degree.
Students qualifying for VA priority registration must be active duty military, veterans, reservists, members of the National Guard or ROTC.