• Marine veteran professor challenges vets to take honors route

    Editor’s Note: This Q&A is part of a series of articles focusing on military veterans who are part of ASU’s faculty. Over 460 veterans work at ASU, including 151 in the faculty and 312 who are university staff. He is a Marine Corps veteran, licensed attorney, literary scholar and a sought-after professor at the Arizona State University college known for...... Read more

  • Could climate change affect national security?

    Climate change and national security are two topics most people don’t connect. But a retired Air Force leader connected the dots between the two at a lecture at Arizona State University. “I’m not here to convince you about climate change,” said Lt. Gen. Dirk Jameson. “I’m past that.” The science is definitive, he added. With all the data...... Read more

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Military at ASU: Transforming our nation

As a 2019 Best for Vets College (Military Times), at Arizona State University we are committed to fostering the success of more than 9,000 active duty military, veterans and their dependents enrolled at ASU.

We offer programs ranked No. 1 in the world, such as the Thunderbird Global Management Degree, and in the top 5 for the nation, such as No. 1 for Emergency Management and Homeland Security and No. 2 in IT Management. We are also home to some of the nation's top online programs. We are rated No. 2 in Best Online Bachelor's Programs for Veterans and No. 3 for Best Online Graduate Education programs, Best Online MBA programs and Graduate Business Programs for Veterans and more (USNews & World Report, 2019).

Whatever goals you wish to pursue, we have the people and support services to help all of our service members and their families thrive.

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