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Mercy is here to assist veterans, service members, and dependents eligible for VA Education Benefits to achieve their goal of a college degree.
The VA determines your eligibility for benefits. If you are eligible, the VA Certifying Official in the Financial Aid Office will work with you to certify your education benefits.
External LinkApply For VA Benefits
If you’re a Servicemember, Veteran, or family member interested in education and training opportunities, you can apply for your Certificate of Eligibility (COE).Visit Link
External LinkTypes of VA Benefits
Answer just a few questions about yourself and the school/employer you are considering. You’ll receive an estimate of your GI Bill benefits and some information about the facility’s value and affordability.Visit Link
Document .pdfStudent Military Leave Policy
This document outlines the policies and processes that are followed when students who are serving in the Guards or Reserves are called to active status before a semester has started or once a semester has started.Download
Document .pdfOhio Department of Veterans Services Benefits Resource Guide
Since 1886, Ohio has provided help for Veterans, their spouses and children, and surviving family members of deceased Veterans. This publication describes the many benefits that are available to Ohio's Veterans.Download
External LinkOhio National Guard Scholarship Program
This page outlines the application process for the Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program (ONGSP).Visit Link
Mercy College has a Facebook group for students who serve or have served in the military. Look for us on Facebook (login required) at Mercy College of Ohio Service Men and Women and Veterans Group.
Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Crisis line for Veterans
1-800-273-TALK press "1" for Veterans
1565 S. Byrne Road
Mental Health Counseling for combat veterans or veterans who have experienced trauma
US Veteran's Affairs