Consortium of Michigan Veterans Educators
To serve all Michigan public community colleges and universities in their
efforts to support student veterans, military service members, and their family
Current or Prospective Students
Are you a veteran,
or current military (active duty, reserves or National Guard),
family member searching for institutional contacts and other GI Bill resources?
If so, click here.
Are you a veteran educator from one of the community colleges or universities
searching for contacts and other resources? If so, click
The consortium was founded by Central Michigan University in 2010. CMU also
created and hosts the website. In 2011 the Presidents Council State Universities
of Michigan and the Michigan Community College Association began work to
formalize the consortium. In early 2012, Michigan’s 28 community colleges joined
with other key partners to create a statewide network to improve the support and
services to our active military and veterans populations.
The primary goal of the Consortium of Michigan Veteran Educators is to increase
the number of service members, and their families, who take advantage of the
educational benefits that are available to them such as the G.I. Bill. As part
of this critical goal, the members of the consortium are also focused on
ensuring veterans that enroll in Michigan’s public postsecondary institutions
receive the support they need to successfully complete a credential that will
lead to gainful employment and productive lives. A secondary goal of the
Consortium is to serve as a convener of college and university staff to provide
for professional development opportunities and sharing of best practices to
better support the student veteran population.