Welcome to the Wadhams Veterans Center, a place on campus for veterans to call home and connect with other military students. We serve all former and current active-duty military personnel, spouses, and dependents of veterans, and students in the National Guard or Reserves.
If you want to meet fellow students and get help making your transition into college life easier, visit us. We provide resources and support such as:
- Academic advising
- Assistance with completing the process to obtain veteran benefits
- Assistance with understanding WCC policies and procedures that relate to veterans
- Certification of enrollment for benefits
- Computers for school use
Military educational benefits
Learn about military educational benefits at WCC and applying to WCC as a Veteran or member of the military.
Each semester you use your military educational benefits, you are required to submit a certification request form.
We are here to support you during your deployment and will attempt to make our part of it as smooth as possible. Learn about your deployment options.
When life gets complicated and stressful, WCC's counseling staff is available to assist you by offering personal counseling so you can continue to reach your academic goals.
VA counselors are available on a limited basis on campus to help coordinate your access to benefits and other resources.
Our center was renamed on Veterans Day 2015, in honor of Tim and Laurie Wadhams for their generous support of the college and continuation of the Veterans Center. WCC is proud to be designated as a Michigan Veteran Affairs Agency Veteran Friendly School.
Professional code of conduct
When you’re at the Veterans Center, you should feel confident that you will not be exposed to discrimination, harassment, criticism, or any other emotional or physical harm. All those who use the center need to agree to and abide by our Professional Code of Conduct:
- I understand that I will be held accountable for my behavior.
- I support and will exemplify honesty, honor, and respect in my interactions.
- I support our space as one that is free from discrimination and harassment.
- I will display a positive regard for all members of the Wadhams Veterans Center and the College community in general.
- I am committed to enhancing our community.
- I recognize that respecting the dignity of every person is essential for creating and sustaining a flourishing College community.
Code of Conduct violations
If the need arises, the staff of the Wadhams Veterans Center will administer sanctions to the Code of Conduct as follows:
- Verbal warning. Example: “Please discontinue that topic,” or “Please discuss that outside the Center.”
- One day loss of Center privileges. The person will not be able to use the Center (except by appointment to conduct business with advisor or school-certifying official) the remainder of the current day and the entire next day.
- One week loss of Center privileges. The person will not be able to use the Center for 1 calendar week following their violation.
- Report to Dean of Students.
- Veterans Online Application (va.gov)
- 22-1995 Request for Change of Program or Place of Training (Chapter 30, 33, 1606, 1607 and TOE)
- 22-5495 Dependents Request for Change of Program or Place of Training (Chapter 35)
- Enrollment/Veteran Benefits Certification Request form
- Joint Services Transcript (Military Transcript)
- American Legion
- American Veterans
- Disabled American Veterans
- Paralyzed Veterans of America
- Michigan Department of Military & Veterans Affairs
- Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA)
- Neighborhood Legal Services
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System
- Washtenaw County Department of Veterans Affairs
- Wounded Warrior Project