Admissions & Aid
YCCC is proud to serve those who have served our country. We are here to assist veterans, spouses and dependents of veterans access the resources he/she earned in order to make the educational transition process as easy as possible.
Veterans seeking a higher education can rest assured that YCCC will provide flexible and affordable learning options and support services that allow students reach their higher education goals – often juggle work, family and school.
YCCC is proud to be designated a MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOL and we offer veterans benefits for both Certificate and Degree Programs (credit programs).
The information links on this page will provide you with an overview of the types of veterans benefits programs, the application process, and other financing options at YCCC.
*NOTE: Students enrolled in credit programs are strongly encouraged to also submit the FAFSA the Federal Student Aid website to be considered for other sources of funding.
To get started CLICK HERE & APPY NOW or CALL/TEXT our Admissions Office YCCC School Certifying Official at (207) 216-4410 or send them an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Types of Veterans & Dependent Benefits YCCC Offers
YCCC is approved by the Veterans Administration for the training of veterans, and spouses & dependents of veterans who qualify.
To learn about the different chapters of federal veterans benefits and state benefits, as well as other Tuition Assistance (TA) programs, please click on one or more of the links below:
Post – 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33)
Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty (Chapter 30)
Montgomery GI Bill® Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606)
Reserve Educational Assistance (REAP) (Chapter 1607)
VA Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31)
Veterans Educational Assistance program (VEAP) (Chapter 32)
Survivors and Dependents Assistance (Chapter 35)
State of Maine Programs (Offered for YCCC Credit Programs Only)
Veterans are encouraged to contact this agency and self-identify as a Veteran to ensure you receive the maximum benefits for which you may be entitled.
Click here to visit the Maine Bureau of Veterans Service.
Click here to view and/or download the Maine Veteran’s Benefits and Resources Guide.
State of Maine Veterans Dependents Tuition Waiver Program
Maine state law passed in 2013 now requires spouses and dependents of veteran students to complete the FAFSA as it could affect your receiving this waiver. LEARN MORE.
Other Financing Options for Veterans and Active Military at YCCC
We strongly encourage all Veterans and Active Military to see if you qualify for any of these additional programs to help fund your education at YCCC – you’ve earn it!
- GoArmyEd® (Eligible Active Duty, National Guard & Army Reserve Soldiers- TA)
- Navy Military Tuition Assistance (for Naval Officers & Enlisted active duty & others)
- Air Force Military Tuition Assistance (for its airmen)
- Marine Corps Military Tuition Assistance (for active duty and active reserve Marines)
- MyCAA (Military Spouse Career Advancement Account)
- United States Coast Guard Tuition Assistance (for active duty members)
For more information about any of the please programs CALL/TEXT 207-216-4411 or email email@example.com
Maine Bureau of Veterans Services
To ensure you have access to all the benefits to which you are entitled, please visit the MBVS website and self-identify as a veteran. Also, please download this MBVS Resource Guide, which provides information on a broad range of benefits, services, and veterans-related organizations
View Your VA Benefits Online
If you want to view your personal Federal VA Benefits online, please log-in HERE. First time recipients are strongly encouraged to call V.A. Buffalo to understand your educational benefit options: 1-888-442-4551 (1-888-GIBILL 1)
YCCC is designated as a Military-Friendly School for the 2021 – 2022 academic year.
Institutions earning the Military Friendly School designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from a proprietary survey.
Veterans seeking a higher education can rest assured that YCCC will provide flexible and affordable learning options and support services that allow students to reach their higher education goals – often juggle work, family and school.