Latest update for OMVAE students

What services and/or resources are available?

Advising continues to be available via phone, Teams or ZOOM, and can be scheduled on Advising Works. Be sure to specify which form of communication you would prefer when making your appointment.

What services and/or resources are temporarily suspended?

The Student Veteran Resource Center remainsĀ closed until further notice. All face-to-face advising, upcoming workshops and yoga classes also remain suspended.

Whom do I contact with questions or issues?

For academic advising, contact Denise Thomas (ac9970@wayne.edu).

For VA/GI Bill issues, contact Josh McGruther (gy0284@wayne.edu).

For military tuition assistance and other general issues, contact Matthew McLain (ag9201@wayne.edu).

Where can I get more information about COVID-19 and its impact on WSU?

How can I get technical assistance?

Who do I contact about Canvas issues?

  • Utilize the Student Training Course within Canvas or
  • Contact the C&IT Helpdesk at 313-577-4357 or helpdesk@wayne.edu.

Using your VA benefits at Wayne State

1.Meet with your Academic Advisor

  • Get a signed Plan of Work
  • Get registered for classes

2.Provide the VA School Certifying Official

  • A copy of your Certificate of Eligibility (all others)
  • VA FM 28-1905 (Voc Rehab)

3.Complete online forms

  • Veterans Admissions Agreements
  • VA Certification Request

Use your benefits now

Matthew M. McLain,

It seems that no matter how much money Congress throws at veterans, it doesn't really have much of an impact on their academic success. Wayne State's Office of Military & Veterans Academic Excellence focuses on fixing that deficit.

— Matthew M. McLain, Assistant Director OMVAE