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OTHER PROGRAMS
This page lists other programs that are available to WCCCD students.

Michigan Army National Guard Continuing Education System
The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must be a Guard member, who enlists, re-enlists or extends enlistment six years. Ten years is the length of time allowed to use these benefits.

Contact: The Michigan Department of Military Affairs

ATTN: Ed Opportunities
2500 S. Washington Ave.,
Lansing, MI 48913-5101
Telephone number: (517) 483-5500, or (313) 483-5519.

Michigan National Guard Educational Benefits for Dependents
The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must be:

  • A student between the ages of 16 and 22;
  • A child of a member of the Michigan National Guard who was killed on active state service, or died from other causes during active state service; or was
  • Totally disabled after active service as a result of such service.

Contact:The Michigan Department of Military Affairs
2500 S. Washington Ave
Lansing, MI 48913
Phone: (517) 373-5500

Michigan War Orphan Act
The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must be a child between the ages of 16 and 22 of a Michigan veteran who has died, or was or is totally disabled due to service incurred causes, or listed as missing in action. You may receive up to thirty-six months of full-time benefits, or until age 23, whichever comes first.

Contact: The Michigan Veterans Trust Fund Board of Trustees
611 W. Ottawa P.O. Box 30026
Lansing, MI 48909
Telephone number: (517) 373-3130.

Veterans Administration
The Veterans Administration offers a number of educational benefit programs including:

  • Noncontributory GI Bill
  • Contributory GI Bill
  • National Guard and Reservists
  • Vocational Rehabilitation, and
  • Survivors and Dependents Education

Contact:The Department of Veterans Affairs
P.O. Box  66830
St. Louis, MO 63166,
Telephone number: 1-888-442-4551

 
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