Military and Veteran Benefits


Credit2Careers Attention All Virginia Community College System's Military and Veteran Students


We’re pleased to announce CREDITS2CAREERS (C2C) — Virginia’s Community College System’s (VCCS) Academic and Career Portal.

C2C is a personalized virtual counseling tool that will provide military-connected users to:

  •   Explore academic degree programs offered by all 23 community colleges.
  •   Instantly get an estimate of potential credits from their Military education, experience, and training.
  •   Personalized exploration of civilian careers related to their military training and specialties; personal interests; or recommended by interest evaluations.
  •   Receive real time employment information to assist military and veteran students make informed post-secondary decisions.
Make the Connection

U.S. flag flying over campusVeteran's Affairs

At Wytheville Community College, the Certifying Official for Veterans Affairs acts as a liaison with the Regional Processing Office in Buffalo, NY. Our goal is to assist veterans and/or the dependents of veterans with the application and certification process. Students who are eligible for the Montgomery GI Bill ® under chapter 30, 31, 33, 32, 35, 1606, or VEAP are able to apply for their respective educational benefits with assistance from this office. The VA requires all students to be enrolled in an official curriculum leading to a certificate or degree in order to receive benefits. You must contact your VA certifying official each semester to complete the necessary forms to establish and maintain your eligibility for benefits.

The Department of Veterans Services State Approving Agency approves programs of education offered at Wytheville Community College.

Any questions regarding the eligibility of a veteran or dependent can be answered by calling 1-888-GIBILL1 (442-4551) or visiting

Initiating your MGIB benefits

VA Education Benefits

Checklist for Veterans

VA Frequently Asked Questions

Veteran Services Student Agreement

If you have never used your GI Bill®:

If you have used your GI Bill® at another institution

After Applying of VA Benefits (or changing place of training)

  1. Once you have registered for your classes please complete the Veterans Affairs Certification Request Form. This form will need to be completed each term you register for classes.
  2. If you drop/add classes during the term you must complete the Veterans Affairs Change of Election Certification Request Form.


Financial Information

WCC's policy on tuition payment: Tuition and fees are to be paid by the student according to the dates set forth in the academic calendar. Students' classes will not be certified with the VA until payment for tuition has been made. VA benefits are reimbursements, not scholarships. The only exceptions are those students who have been approved for VMDSEP, CH 31 or CH 33 benefits.  Students' are responsible for their books/supplies for their classes.

Student Veterans of America

Student Veterans of America Logo

Student Veterans of America at WCC is an officially recognized group by the college and is a nationally certified chapter of Student Veterans of America. SVA's main mission is to provide veterans with resources, support and advocacy needed to succeed in a college setting. 


Veterans Upward Bound

Information about the Veterans Upward Bound program can be found by clicking here.

Contact Information

  • Academic, Financial, or Disability Counseling and other information about completing courses at WCC, contact: Renee Thomas,, 276-223-4752
  • VA Main Benefits Hotline 1-800-827-1000
  • VA Education Hotline 1-888-442-4551
  • Lisa Murrell, VA Certifying Official 276-223-4706,
  • Fax: 276-223-4807

General College Planning Assistance (Online)

For useful information about planning your college education, we recommend the Virginia Education Wizard.