Resources for Service Members and Veterans | MCTC

Resources for Service Members and Veterans

MCTC Resources

Veteran Services
Staff are ready to help student veterans with their educational needs and transition and are specially trained to help with government processes and enrolling in college.

Jerry Morrison
606-759-7141 Ext. 66191
Maysville Campus
Hours:  8 – 4:30

School Certifying Official
SCOs are responsible for certifying a student veteran’s enrollment to the VA. 

GI Bill® payments are issued based on this information.

Millicent Harding-Thomas
606-759-7141 Ext. 66196   
Maysville Campus
Hours:  8 – 4:30

Personal Counseling
Counseling services are available to assist student veterans in handling a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, anger, and adjusting to a new culture.

606 759-7141 Ext. 66271
Rowan Campus
Hours:  8 – 4:30

Accessibility Services
Veterans can acquire accommodations for learning, physical or mental health challenges.

606 759-7141 Ext. 66271
Rowan Campus
Hours:  8 – 4:30

Financial Aid
Veterans may be eligible for federal, state and/or institutional loans and scholarships in addition to VA educational benefits.

Kathy Linville (LVC) 
Jessica Sorrell (RC) 
Shannon Lightner (MYC) 
Sandy Power (MC)
(606) 759-7141 ext. 66404
All Campuses
Hours:  8 – 4:30

Student veterans can obtain assistance with improving their math, writing, computer, and study skills.

Success Coaches 
TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)
(606) 759-7141
All Campuses
Hours:  8 – 4:30

Career Counseling
The Career Center can assist student veterans with career assessments, improving interview skills, and resume writing.

Angie Potter
(606) 759–7141 Ext. 66112
Maysville Campus
Hours:  8 – 4:30

Additional Resources 

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
CFPB’s Office of Servicemember Affairs (OSA) works to help military families overcome unique financial challenges by providing educational resources, monitoring complaints, and working with other agencies to solve problems faced by service members.

Education and Training Services
Many benefits are available to advance the education and skills of Veterans and Service members.

Homeless Veterans
Click a county to find housing and supportive services.  Contact the HUD Kentucky Field Office at (502) 582-5251 and press “0” with questions about any resources.

Kentucky Career Center – Veterans Express
Kentucky Career Centers have local veterans employment representatives and disabled veteran outreach program specialists trained specifically to assist veterans with their employment and training needs.

Kentucky Veterans Employment, Training and Support Program (KyVETS)
KyVets provides resources and support to assist veterans across the Commonwealth in obtaining gainful employment and training services.  For more information, email

Medical and Mental Health Services
VA health care covers regular checkups with a primary care provider and appointments with specialists (including mental health providers).

Medicare Resources for Veterans
Medicare is a federal program that provides health coverage for older adults and some younger adults with disabilities. For many veterans, enrolling in Medicare offers an extra level of protection against high out-of-pocket medical costs. 

Veteran Crisis Line
Concerned that a Veteran you know is in crisis?  Call 1–800–273–TALK(8255) Press 1, chat online or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support every day, 24/7.  Support for deaf and hard of hearing, call 1-800-799-4889.

Veterans Affairs Facility Locator
Search for nearest VA medical center as well as other health facilities, benefit offices, cemeteries, community care providers and Vet Centers.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.