Services for your success
ASU is dedicated to providing you with resources for success.
G.I. Jobs has listed ASU as a "Military Friendly School" for seven straight years. That's because we provide our student veterans with the support they need in a variety of ways. For one thing, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center staff is available to provide assistance, advice or information.
Throughout your ASU career, you’ll have an advocate to help you succeed at every step. We have direct connections with the VA and can find the resources you need but may not know about.
Not only that, ASU also has academic resources to help you stay ahead in your classes or catch up on a challenging subject. Math labs, writing centers and other tutoring opportunities are available for all students.
ASU helps veterans segue to civilian life with groups and services aimed to ease the life change
Arizona State University has about 3,400 students who are military veterans — a population that has unique challenges and advantages. For many, the transition from military life to campus is abrupt, with some veterans starting classes just weeks after becoming civilians.
#1 in the U.S. for innovation
U.S. News & World Report asked college presidents and leaders to rank the most innovative schools in the U.S. and ASU ranked #1 for the second year in a row.
undergraduate and graduate opportunities to succeed
Top-ranked degrees in engineering, business, journalism and more. Find a program that matches your interests and talents by exploring ASU's Degree Search.
ASU named among best in the country for veterans
Media outlets regularly review four-year colleges and universities and rank them on school services considered the most important by student veterans. Read more.