You will need to apply online to Middlesex County College and register for your classes before the school can certify your enrollment to VA.
Apply online for education benefits through VONAPP. Benefit programs change frequently, so it’s important to go directly to the VA website for questions about these programs.
Apply for Financial Aid by submitting your FAFSA. Visit the Financial Aid website to learn more.
Incoming students are evaluated in reading, writing and math skills. The results will be used to place you in the courses appropriate to your level of preparation. Learn more about our Placement Testing.
During MCC Orientation, you will meet with an academic advisor, register for classes and learn from other students and professionals about life at MCC.
Once you are registered for classes, stop by the Center for Veterans Services to see one of our Veterans Certifying Officials.
Our Mission: To provide military veterans, current service members and their dependents with access to an affordable, quality education and comprehensive support services.
Upon his exit from the Air Force, Frank attended New Jersey City University where he earned a B.A. in Economics and Philosophy & Religion. While attending Frank was selected to the NCAA Men’s Golf-All Academic Team, and was awarded the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports-Scholar-Athlete Award, Andrew Geyer Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award, and the NJCU Presidential Academic Achievement Award. Frank continued his education at New Jersey City University receiving a M.S. in National Security Studies. While pursuing his Masters, Frank worked for the Professional Security Studies Department as a Graduate Assistant. Frank states “… I hope to assist my fellow brothers and sisters in arms with the difficulties associated with the transition back to civilian life.”
Our participation in VA’s VetSuccess on Campus Program began with a partnership between Rutgers, Middlesex County College, and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) with the purpose of providing a supportive, on-campus resource to help you make a smooth transition to college life. Valerie Williams, MA, CVE, LRC, is a VA Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor who works directly with us at MCC. She provides vocational testing and career, academic, and readjustment counseling services along with peer-to-peer counseling and referral services. We are the only 2-year institution in the state with a VSOC counselor.