Veteran Services

Delta College is dedicated to assisting student veterans with their academic goals, so they are ready to enter the civilian workforce. The Veterans Services Office, mostly made of staff who are veterans themselves, helps secure financial aid and provides support in a number of areas. 

Michigan Veterans Friendly School GoldAt Delta, we take great pride in supporting our student veterans. And others agree. Delta has been named a Military Friendly School by Victory Media and the college has maintained gold status from the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency.

Read more about our latest recognition

Resources and involvement 

On-campus resources

    • Accessibility Resources
      Student veterans can contact Delta's Office of Disability Resources to start a conversation about assistance needed. 
    • Career development resources
      Student veterans can contact Delta's Career Development Office to start a conversation about planning for their future after graduation. 
    • Delta College Military Association
      Meet fellow veterans, find support and get involved by joining this student organization. DMCA is committed to engaging military student, dependents, and their advocates by supporting the successful transition to the classroom and the community.
    • Student Veterans Lounge
      You'll find student veterans hanging out in the Student Veteran Lounge, located on the main campus in A008.

State-wide resources

None of the resources listed are directly associated or sponsored by Delta College. The listed information seeks to support academic success and improve accessibility to military benefits. offers resources and tools that support academic success habits and practices. Topics vary from stress management to methods to time management to test-taking strategies. Resources are free for public use.

Resume Builder
The Resume Builder team has specialized materials to help active duty military and veterans transition back into civilian careers. This includes a detailed guide that will walk through every step of creating an effective military to civilian cover letter and résumé. The guides help applicants choose the correct format to avoid red flags that may cost getting that dream job. The team creates awareness about tools and resources that can help readers take control of their careers.

Tech Policy and Education (TPE) Council
The mission of the TPE Council is to “… support and promote organizations that help advocate and educate the population on issues relating to digital policy, literacy, inclusion, and safety.  The TPE Council provides access to guides on how military personnel and veterans can save money on internet subscriptions, mobile plans, and other technology by taking advantage of a variety of military discounts.  This resource details which internet service providers, cell phone carriers, and other organizations can assist US military personnel in obtaining low-cost technologies and services.

Money Geek LLC
Money Geek LLC provides access to various articles, materials, and other resources to improve the affordability and accessibility of personal finances.  The team has resources to assist students and the community with using their military benefits. This includes retirement, housing support and assistance and veteran transportation.

Online Therapy
The Online Therapy platform details those services that best support veteran mental health and wellness. These resources are among the most effective, affordable and convenient online therapy services for veterans.

Medicare Plans
Medicare Plans is an information platform that clarifies how Medicare works with VA benefits and Tricare, and the enrollment process. The following Medicare Plan guide and guide for those with disabilities help identify available benefits, coverage, eligibility, costs and navigate the enrollment process.

Disability Compensation, Pension and Dependency & Indemnity Compensation (DIC) Support
The Disability Compensation, Pension and Dependency & Indemnity Compensation (DIC) Support is a guide to free resources available to veterans to help aid in fighting these illnesses (e.g., mesothelioma) and to identify how to determine eligibility for compensation through the VA. The resources are veteran specific and support both the patients and their families.  Interested students may contact VA-accredited claims agent, Carl Jewett, LCDR, US Navy, Retired at 844-VET-MESO (844-838-6376).

Veterans crisis line

Veterans Crisis LineThe Veterans Crisis Line is staffed by caring, qualified crisis responders who are there to help. Many of these responders are veterans themselves. 

If You Are In Crisis call 800-273-8255 and press 1or text 838255.

Contact us
Make an appointment with student services departments.

1961 Delta Road
University Center, MI 48710