Arizona State University's veterans center

The Pat Tillman Veterans Center provides support for student veterans and dependents. Explore ASU's veteran affairs and services, and get help with your education benefits.

You've got this.

You've already learned how to succeed in one world-class organization, and now you’re moving on to another one: Arizona State University. We’re glad you’re joining us.

Sure, there’s some transition to learning in a new environment, but we’ve got your back. Your new team at ASU is here to help you succeed.

Team 42

Running in the 2019 Pat’s Run? Join Team 42 to mingle with other ASU student veterans and receive a free commemorative shirt. RSVP for the pre-run event by April 12.

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Pat Tillman's story

ASU honors the life and legacy of former football star and military veteran Pat Tillman. Learn more about Pat’s story and other fallen ASU veteran alumni.

Pat Tillman's story  ASU's Memorial Wall

ASU@Lake Havasu

ASU@Lake Havasu is a natural fit for student veterans. Learn more about our campus in western Arizona and see if it’s right for you.

ASU@Lake Havasu

What's it like being a student veteran at ASU?

Podcast: What’s it like being a student veteran?

ASU is proud of our military veterans and feel it’s our duty to serve the men and women who served us. Through efforts like the Pat Tillman Veterans Center, ASU works hard to help veterans transition to life as an ASU student and help them succeed. Hear Emily and Ben talk to ASU student and Marine Corps veteran Chris Cadeau about his experiences as a student veteran at ASU.

Honoring student veterans at ASU

At the end of each semester, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center and the ASU Alumni Association recognize student veteran graduates with the Veterans Honor Stole Ceremony. Every year the ceremony grows larger, with more than 150 graduates and 700+ guests in attendance this year. It is a point of pride for our student veterans and their families.

Student veteran success

Fall 2018 Veterans Honor Stole Ceremony

The fall 2018 Veteran Honor Stole Ceremony showcased more than 100 veteran graduates, guest speaker Judge Richard Gregg Maxon and 700+ guests in attendance. Explore some feature pieces from ASU Now on distinguished veteran graduates, as well as other touching moments within the ASU veteran community this graduation season.

Student spotlight: Nick White

Nick White, an Army veteran and sports broadcast journalism junior, recently won an Intercollegiate Broadcasting System award for best community volunteer program for “Veteran Diaries.” Tune into ASU’s local student radio station, The Blaze, on Fridays at 3 p.m. and follow Nick on Twitter to hear veteran issues brought to light for the ASU community. 

 

Pat Tillman Veterans Center Honor Roll

To recognize those who have gone above and beyond to support members of our student veteran and military community, we’ve created the Pat Tillman Veterans Center Honor Roll.

Veteran, military and dependent students, and Pat Tillman Veterans Center employees are encouraged to nominate any ASU faculty or staff member, or other community member (including a parent, student, or other university or community college professor) who they believe is deserving of special recognition for their commitment to supporting the veteran and military community at ASU.

Honorees will receive a framed Honor Roll certificate and citation, and will be featured on the center’s social media accounts.

Nominate someone

"Arizona State University is proud to serve our military veterans and their dependents as they undertake the pursuit of their educational goals. The Pat Tillman Veterans Center honors the legacy of its namesake by providing a quality resource where our Sun Devil veterans can gather, find assistance and receive the support necessary to ensure their success within the ASU community."

Michael Crow
ASU President

ASU's Michael Crow