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Resources for Schools

The Post-9/11 GI Bill® is bringing student veterans to campuses in record numbers. In 2017, more than 14,000 Michigan students were using VA education benefits to fund their education. VA education programs, including the Post-9/11 GI Bill, provide veterans, service members, reservists and certain family members of veterans with educational resources to supplement opportunities missed because of military service.

  • VA School Resources Page


    The VA School Resources Page is your one-stop shop for tools and resources for assisting students who are using the GI Bill® to fund their education.

    Some key documents:

    Post-9/11 GI Bill School Responsibilities

    Certifying Officials' Handbook


  • Additional VA Resources


    You may also find the following official VA Veteran Educational Benefit information helpful when certifying, counseling and advising veteran students who are applying for and selecting their educational benefits:

    VA School Resources

    School Training and Information Resources


  • Ace Veterans' Programs Webinars


    These webinars are designed to educate college and university support personnel on the latest practices, policies and research impacting student veterans and other military-connected students. Though some webinars are fee-based offering, ACE offers several webinar topics at no cost.

    Read more about ACE Veterans' Programs Webinars


  • Consortium of Michigan Veteran Educators


    Consortium of Michigan Veteran Educators has archived webinars, presentations and reports from past conferences, as well as the CMVE member list.

    Read more about the Consortium of Michigan Veteran Educators