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Veterans' Services at McHenry County College

SVRC Open House on November 10 after Veterans Day Ceremony

The student veterans received a 10,000 grant as part of a nationwide Vet Center Initiative by Student Veterans of America and The Home Depot Foundation to support veteran centers on college campuses. As we approach on our last stages of remodeling the Student Veteran Resource Center, we would like to invite community members, students, faculty, staff and board members to stop in for a visit.

Why use your veteran’s benefits at MCC?

If you would like to use your VA benefits, you must stop in the Office Financial Aid and Veteran Services, A262, and let us know you have registered for classes. Fill out this request for benefits and certification form and return to A262.

As a U.S. veteran, you can expect programs and services at MCC designed to serve your needs. We offer personalized attention to help you select a program of study that draws upon your military experience and also takes you down a career path that you'll excel at and enjoy.

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Getting Started at MCC

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Apply for your Veteran’s Benefits

Registering for classes

  • When MCC priority registration opens for the next academic term, certified veterans are entitled to first-day enrollment
  • Have your transfer credit evaluated (college transcripts, exams, military and workplace learning)
  • MCC maintains a no-drop policy for veterans while VA benefits are being processed
  • If you would like to use your VA benefits, you must stop in the Office Financial Aid and Veteran Services, A262, and let us know you have registered for classes. Fill out this request for benefits and certification form and return to A262.