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ASU offers veteran success courses to help aid in academic success, university integration, resource management and transitional support.
ASU offers a veteran-specific introductory course — Student Success for Veterans (LIA 294). The objective of the course is to forge positive relationships among a small network of veterans for the common purpose of academic success, university integration, resource management and transitional support.
Designed for the veteran student, the course provides an outstanding opportunity to get to know other veterans and to learn about various resources available from Arizona State University, the state of Arizona and the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Both freshman and new transfer students from any major are welcome to register for the course.
LIA 294 Student Success for Veterans
Monday, 11:50 a.m. – 12:40 p.m.
Discovery Hall 113
The course is limited to 19 students, so please register early. You will need department consent to enroll. Email Steven Borden to request permission to enroll and receive the section number (SLN). Please include your ASU ID# in the email.
ASU offers a one-week, online program — ASU 42 Online Orientation (ASU 42). Veteran and military students enrolled in this course will explore ASU academic, veteran and career resources, discover the value of a university degree from a research institution, discuss academic integrity, explore the tools used in online courses, and craft a plan balancing work, school and life.
There are no prerequisites to register for this course, but access to a computer is required.
Seats in this class have been reserved for up to 60 veteran and military students who are part of ASU Online. Search ASU's Course Catalog to register or learn more about the course.
Veterans, Society and Service is a new 18-credit certificate program being developed to foster dialogue between veteran and active military students and civilians. Registration for the first course available as part of this program, “Veterans, Society and Service: America’s Experience of Modern War,” is open to students for the fall 2018 semester.