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Active Duty and Reserve

Arizona State University and ASU online recognizes the unique nature of the military lifestyle and is committed to creating programs that meet the needs of military families as well as easing the transfer of relevant course credits earned from regionally accredited schools

We are also home to the Simultaneous Membership Program designed for current degree-seeking reserve and national guard cadets and Army's Green-to-Gold Program, designed to support enlisted soldiers' degree aspirations and shift to become officers. 

Frequently asked questions

To help you better explore how to get started, check out the frequently asked questions below:

In general, yes they can. It is very important to have consistent internet access. ASU Online is not recommended for those who regularly have internet blackouts overseas.

Yes, ASU accepts Veteran Affairs benefits in the form of the VA GI Bill chapters and Department of Defense benefits in form of Tuition Assistance.

In some cases, but ASU is not permitted to determine eligibility for VA benefits. If you have questions about your eligible please call the VA at 1-800-827-1000 FREE.

Prospective students should apply for their VA benefits before or at the same time that they apply for admission to ASU. The VA application can be found at va.gov.

The Change of Training (22-1995) form provided through the VONAPP portal (va.gov) is the timeliest way to switch over your benefits. Once the switch is made the VA should send out a new Certificate of Eligibility and update your school status in e-benefits.

For students enrolled in a fully online degree program, most ASU graduate tuition amounts range from $482 to $852 per credit hour, regardless of residency status, with no additional program fees.

Specific tuition amounts for each program are listed on the individual program pages.

Tuition Assistance and Top-up are processed through the student’s branch of service. Your Education Center would be able to assist you through the process. For students with access to goarmyed.com, the process is explained in detail on their site.