Military spouse and dependent students
Scholarships and resources for military spouses and dependent students
ASU Family Weekend
Celebrate university traditions, experience campus activities and more during a spirit-filled weekend. With events ranging from academic college open houses to the Devils on Mill block party, ASU Family Weekend will feature something across all four metro Phoenix campus locations for every member of your family to enjoy.
Military and Veteran Dependents Welcome Event
This is an opportunity to learn about your military benefits and resources for dependent students, and is an introduction to your Pat Tillman Veterans Center team. You won’t want to miss this important event. Read more from ASU Now.
Marine Corps scholarship
Are you a child of an active duty or veteran Marine? You could be eligible for a scholarship offered by the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
ASU scholarship portal
Explore all of the different scholarship opportunities available, start applying and save your applications through ASU’s Scholarship Portal.
The Yellow Ribbon Program is designed to help cover the difference between resident and nonresident tuition. Under this voluntary program, institutions can enter into an agreement with the VA to help fund the additional expenses for eligible students.
Sun Devil Student-Parent Network
The Sun Devil Student-Parent Network is a student-led organization that supports ASU students who are parents or who have dependents for whom they provide care. For more information, check out ASU's resources for students with families.
ASU Family is deeply committed to providing resources, education programs and opportunities to connect you and your Sun Devil with other families and the wide array of experiences available at ASU.
Child care subsidies
ASU cares about helping student parents with their coursework-related child care costs. Funded by the Graduate and Professional Student Association and Undergraduate Student Government, you may be eligible for child care-related financial assistance.
Residency: The Veterans Access, Choice And Accountability Act, section 702
The Choice Act, Section 702 allows eligible individuals to be granted immediate residency, thereby receiving in-state tuition rates. To be eligible, an individual must be a veteran, or a spouse or dependent of a veteran, that has been discharged within the last 36 months from a period of active duty that was 90 days or longer AND using either VA Chapter 30 or Chapter 33 benefits.
ASU offers several housing assistance programs and pathways. If you need assistance finding housing, please check out ASU’s Off-Campus Housing Marketplace, where you can find quotes for options near all our metro Phoenix campus locations — and even search for other military-connected roommates.
Jobs and internships
There are all kinds of employment and internship opportunities at ASU, and many are specifically tailored for military-affiliated students.
Sexual violence prevention and response
Sexual and relationship violence are widespread in society and have a profound impact on individuals and their communities. It takes a community of care to support victims and survivors, and ASU provides a variety of reporting options, resources and educational programs to prevent sexual misconduct.