Student Active Military & Veterans – Your call to action!
Siena Heights University takes great pride in our ability to offer quality educational opportunities to all who begin or complete their education at whatever stage of life or situation. Siena Heights University is very honored to work side by side with you, our active duty military or veterans, as you work toward your educational goals.
Applying to Siena Heights University
Applying to Siena Heights is as simple as a couple of clicks. Not only is the online application easy and convenient, it’s free! Get started now…
Credit for Military Training and Experience
At Siena Heights University, our Registrar will review and evaluate your military training and experience to ensure you receive the maximum possible credit. Contact the Registrar’s Office directly by calling 517-264-7120 or clicking Registrar's Veteran's Affairs page or read through the 8 Steps to apply to Siena Heights.
Have a question on which benefits you qualify for that is or if you should use Post 9-11 GI Bill vs. the Montgomery GI Bill? Visit www.gibill.va.gov or read SHU’s Veterans Benefits. When you determine which one, let us know by contacting the registrar's office and present a copy your DD214. If you can’t find your DD214, go to eVetRecs to request a copy from the archives. If you need help, call the VA Regional Office on their toll-free number. Once your information has been received, the Veteran’s Administration will verify and approve your GI Bill benefits eligibility.
Family and Dependent’s Benefits
Effective October 25, 2010: The MyCAA program will reopen to all eligible spouses under the new program guidelines. All spouses, including those currently participating, will be subject to the new eligibility criteria and revised funding limits. Read more here...
Active Duty Military
Siena Heights University is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium, a group of colleges and universities dedicated to providing educational opportunities to servicemembers who need the flexibility of degree completion due to frequent moves from military deployments. Read more here...
From the militiamen of the American Revolution to today’s Reservist and National Guard members, the citizen-soldier is a special breed of American…devoted to serving the nation in addition to their daily careers and caring for their families. If you are a drilling Reservist or National Guard member you are also entitled to military tuition assistance (TA) and GI bill benefits.
For more information please visit Guard/Veterans.