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One of the nation's top universities for veterans
Arizona State University is one of the best schools in the country for veterans. As one of the top military friendly schools, we are dedicated to your success before you even get here. Veterans Services in the Pat Tillman Veterans Center leads the way in providing assistance to veterans, active military members, and spouses and dependents. From processing your education benefits to connecting you to a high-quality degree that inspires you and leverages your military experience, we are here to help you navigate your college experience. ASU provides support to veterans for academic success, the transition to a university environment, connecting with mentors and networking, and building experiences that will lead to a successful career.
Let ASU’s veteran recruitment specialist answer all of your questions about how to get closer to your goals.
Graduating student veterans will be presented with signature ASU Veteran Stoles that include their branch of service seals to be worn during ASU commencement and convocation ceremonies.
Join us at this ceremony to congratulate graduating student veterans on Saturday, May 7, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Carson Ballroom in Old Main on the Tempe campus.
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More than 35,000 participants ran or walked in the
12th Annual Pat’s Run in Tempe or in one of
the 30 Shadow Runs that took place nationwide.
Plan now to join in the 2017 Pat's Run!
Arizona State University announced that for a seventh consecutive year it has been designated as a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs magazine. The Military Friendly accolade is awarded to the top schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace military students and to dedicate resources ensuring their success both in the classroom and after graduation.
Kristopher Maham’s life as a college student is anything but traditional.
He is a U.S. Air Force veteran, husband, father of two girls and a first-time undergraduate student at the age of 37 in Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Now he is further distinguishing himself through a prestigious internship with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Maham, an electrical engineering student, will spend one semester each year interning on-site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida for the duration of his undergraduate studies.
“I enrolled at ASU because of the reputation the Pat Tillman Veterans Center has for transitioning vets back to civilian and student life,” said Maham. He also knew the Fulton Schools’ programs are highly rated.
Why does ASU consistently rank among the top universities for veterans? We think it’s because we are committed to students reaching their academic goals, and we have staff and services specifically focused on student veteran success. Watch the video below to see what Sun Devil veterans say about their experiences at ASU.
When you attend ASU as a veteran, you receive support through every step toward graduation. In their own words, student veterans share why they chose to be Sun Devils and what makes ASU so military friendly.
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.
ASU President Michael Crow
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