Veterans Resources

Connecting veterans to resources

SCTCC is honored to have you as part of our learning community. We want to help you on this next phase of your journey and will do our best to help you sort through the options that are right for you.

We have specialized staff available to guide you through your transition from being a service member to a college student. We also provide services to military families.

Veterans Services Staff

Jason Wehry is the MDVA Veterans Assistance Regional Coordinator. Jason can assist with all military related issues and education benefits, such as GI Bill®, Minnesota GI Bill, Federal Tuition Assistance, State Tuition Reiumbursement, and Survivior Benefits. He can assist with referrals to federal, state, county, and community organizations and resources.

Phone: (320) 493-8153

Anita Baugh is the Director of Financial Aid and School Certifying Official for the GI Bill®.  She has office hours on campus Monday through Friday and her office is located in Financial Services near the main entrance.  Anita can assist with FAFSA and questions regarding enrollment information reported to the VA for GI Bill®.

Office: Room 100 Monday-Friday 0800-1630
Phone: 320-308-5936 

Student Veterans of America Faculty Advisors

Brian Volkmuth
Phone: 320.308.5670​

Heidi Smith
Phone: 320.308.4803

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Welcome to the Veterans' Resource Center

Veterans Resource Center

The Veterans Resource Center is a dedicated space for veterans, current service members, and dependents to find information and resources on a variety of subjects, such as benefits, employment, and community events. It provides a place for peer networking, studying, or just relaxing in between classes. The Student Veterans Organization also uses the space for meetings and events. The center is staffed by the MDVA Regional Coordinator and work study students. Come into Room 1-328 and check it out.


Below are some basic steps to help you get started.  Students should contact Jason Wehry for assistance in determining eligibility for benefits and for assistance with applications.

  1. Apply to SCTCC
  2. Check with Admissions for any required testing
  3. Attend e-orientation and register for classes
  4. Requests Civilian and Military Transcripts
  5. Apply for Military Education Benefits
  6. Apply for other Financial Aid/Scholarships
  7. Submit required SCTCC Veterans Enrollment Certification Form