As we navigate this unprecedented time, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center is here for you. We are committed to supporting all of our military and veteran-affiliated students. The safety and well-being of you and your loved ones is our main priority.
Our centers are open and our staff is ready to answer any questions you might have, please feel free to stop by anytime during our hours. Students can also email PTVC at PTVC@asu.edu with any inquiries. Please allow two business days for a response. Our team is working diligently on certifications and addressing all concerns as they come in.
Thank you and stay well.
Attend the Rally Point
This month's Rally Point, formerly known as the PTVC Town Halls, will be hosted April 6 and April 20 from noon to 1 p.m. (Arizona time). Join us to ask questions, offer insights, and voice any concerns you may have about the current situation and coping with COVID-19. We will also have a team available to discuss and answer questions about your GI BillⓇ education benefits. Register for the event here.
Student veteran success
Student spotlight: Joshua Loescher
Joshua Loescher, spring 2019 outstanding interdisciplinary graduate for the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions online master’s degree program, is a Wisconsin Air National Guard fire chief. His capstone project examines the impact of converting firefighters from being federally funded employees to regular federal employees. Read more about Loescher’s work here.
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.