VA Work Study Position
Are you a Veteran and receiving Veteran Education Benefits?? The VA Medical Center in Saginaw has a VA Work study opening. Student must be enrolled in nine or more credits and receiving benefits under one of the programs. [ Find out more... ]
VA Work Study Position in Higgins Lake
The Department of Michigan AMVETS located at Higgins Lake Michigan is looking for a VA Work study to assist us in their daily duties of Administration procedures. [ Find out more... ]
Welcome to Kirtland Community College! We appreciate the sacrifices our armed forces have made on behalf of our country and the dedication and commitment they have made to help ensure the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. Kirtland Community College is proud and honored to have you consider us as your college of choice.
We understand attending college can be a big transition and we are committed to doing everything we can do to make your educational experience a success. Please take advantage of the information included in the links on this website to help you find the services you need to assist you in your educational journey. We are dedicated to providing outstanding services to help veterans, service members or eligible family members of veterans achieve your academic and personal goals.
The Student Financial Services department is the certifying office for Kirtland Community College. For questions about specific benefits and eligibility please visit the following website: http://www.gibill.va.gov
Eligibility for Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) educational benefits rests solely with the DVA. You may contact them by calling (888) 442-4551 or visiting the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs eBenefits website.
To get started at Kirtland Community College:
- Next Steps for Veterans - easy to follow steps to utilizing VA benefits at Kirtland
- Kirtland’s Student Financial Services Veterans Educational Benefits web page
Veterans Helping Veterans Student Organization
The mission of Veterans Helping Veterans at Kirtland Community College is to assist veterans from all eras of the military to more easily adjust from military to civilian life and to be a successful student at Kirtland Community College. Our mission includes serving those veterans (men and women) who are currently serving or who have ever served in the United States military to establish a network of lifelong friendships and to help them be aware of all related benefits and services for which he or she may qualify.
A $500 annual scholarship has been started through the Kirtland Community College Foundation: http://www.kirtlandfoundation.org/scholarships
Monthly meetings will be posted to this website.