Veterans

ASU is ranked as a Top University for military personnel by the Military Times and the Military Advanced Education and Transition Magazine and serves more than 8,400 military-affiliated students. . 

ASU has earned the distinction of being an Academic Center of Excellence in Information Assurance Education, a designation bestowed by the National Security Agency/Central Security Service. 

With 450 undergraduate and graduate degrees, one of the top online programs in the nation, veteran's educational support services, affordability and academic excellence - ASU is a perfect fit for all those who serve or who have served their community.
The university also offers student veterans and active military, reserve and guard members  extensive resources, scholarships and expert services through the Pat Tillman Veterans Center.  

Whether it is guidance for first-generation students, tutoring, career services or placement, we can help you understand your veteran education benefits, ease your transition to ASU and civilian life, and realize your career aspirations.

In addition to the Tillman Center programs and resources, we also host:

Our goal is to help support our veterans and military members and their dependants achieve success.

Music therapy helps veterans to heal
The McCain Institute is part of ASU, based in Washington, D.C. and focused on impacting the nation’s and world’s most critical issues and discussions.
ASU created the Office for Veteran and Military Academic Engagement, a portal for university and community programs and resources for those employed, deployed, researching and teaching, or interested in veterans’ affairs
The Pat Tillman Veterans Center provides a central hub for ASU’s commitment to student veteran success.
Salute to Service honors student, alumni, faculty and staff veterans with an annual series of events on all Arizona State University campuses in celebration of Veterans Day.
Veterans Alumni Chapter works together to give student veterans the "mission essential" support to reach their educational goals, as they move to battlefield to classroom to boardroom.
Veterans' Wellness Research Center conducts research and offers support for vets affected by combat-related stress and trauma, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).