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Minnesota State College Southeast is proud to have been named an official Military-Friendly College for 2020-2021. The college has also been named a Hiawatha Valley Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Company. Both designations reflect our commitment to serving the needs of our veterans and armed forces service members. We thank you for your service to our country!
On both the Winona and Red Wing campuses, veterans are invited to drop in to our Veterans Centers. There you'll find a quiet place to relax, study, print homework, use the internet, or just have a cup of coffee.
Many veterans entering college are not aware of which state and federal benefits they are entitled to, or how to begin receiving them. Ask our Veterans Resources Staff to help you determine which benefits are available. Benefits can include (but are not limited to):
Minnesota State College Southeast Veterans Representativepzimmerman@southeastmn.edu, 507-453-2710When applying for educational benefits, you will need to meet with the MSC Southeast Veterans Representative. She will help make sure forms and paperwork are submitted in a correct and timely fashion and that you are informed of your rights and responsibilities as a veteran.
Southeast Regional Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairsmark.email@example.com, 507-779-9375 (cell)Mark is available to help our veterans make the most of their benefits. If you don't know whether you're eligible, call Mark or set up a meeting with him to discuss your situation.
Bill Web Site
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs site that provides detailed information on
G.I. Bill benefits
a Question about your GI Bill
Website that will allow you to submit a question online to the GI Bill Help
Desk that is typically answered by email in 24-48 hours
Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs educational resource and referral
Department of Veterans Affairs
Site with general information on veterans' benefits, links to a wide variety of
veterans' resources, federal jobs information.
Department of Veterans Affairs
General information for services available to Minnesota veterans and their
Department of Military Affairs
General information for services available to Wisconsin veterans and their
Minnesota Military Appreciation Fund MMAF provides cash grants to Minnesota service members who have served in a combat zone since September 11, 2001
Military OneSourceA 24/7 connection to information, answers and support to help you reach your goals, overcome challenges, and thrive
Minnesota State Resources For Veterans and Service Members Information, services, and support to veterans and services members along with military-to-college tools to meet your goals
Goodhue County Veterans ServiceHelping veterans and their dependents obtain veterans benefits form the MN Department of Veterans Affairs and the US Department of Veterans Affairs
Winona County Veterans ServicesAssisting veterans and their dependents in securing information and benefits from the Federal and State government
Federal Tuition Assistance for Active Duty, Reserve and Guard
MembersAll four service branches and the U.S. Coast Guard offer financial assistance for voluntary, off-duty education programs in support of service members' personal and professional goals.Questions about your own Tuition Assistance eligibility should be directed to your unit or education office. For more information, see the links below: