resources for veterans

Contacts:

prospective students:                                                                 

Lisa Falkner 
Director of Recruitment & Enrollment
(602) 496-2513
publicservice.recruitment@asu.edu

admitted students:

Amanda Andrew 
Manager, Student Services
(602) 496-1185
Amanda.andrew@asu.edu

students requiring financial assistance:

Douglas Capitan
Student Financial Resource Coordinator
(602) 496-0232
douglas.capitan@asu.edu

Arizona State University is dedicated to assisting those who have served our country in completing their college degree. ASU has consistently been named a “Military Friendly” school and has received recognition from the Military Times by being ranked a Top 20 university in the United States of America.

Just as ASU is committed to assisting those who served in the military, the Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions is also committed to helping these brave men and women achieve their academic goals. Our resources coupled with those found at the Pat Tillman Foundation are designed to help foster academic success for military students.

The Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions wants to personally assist you in making your transition to ASU as smooth as possible by directly providing information concerning our majors and our staff that assist with recruiting, student life, and financial aid.

Please feel free to contact the Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions and take advantage of the University Resources provided. We look forward to assisting you with your academic endeavors!

ASU Veterans Education Fund

The ASU Veterans Education Fund is supported through the generous gifts of donors who are devoted to the success of veterans nationally and at Arizona State University.

In spring of 2014, Cadet Meghan Marks of ASU's Army ROTC organized a Warrior Leadership Challenge for local Junior ROTC units to raise money for the fund. Meghan helped raise over $4,200 toward Veterans Education Fund scholarships. To make a donation to this fund, please see more at Support the Center.

Scholarship awards are based on a student’s financial need, level of effort and the potential to complete his or her program of study. Awards are good for only one semester, but awardees may reapply each semester.

Scholarship awards: A maximum of $1,500.00 per student

Number of awards: A minimum of five scholarships will be awarded per semester

Scholarships will only be awarded for the fall and spring semesters.

For more information regarding eligibility and application deadlines, visit the ASU Veterans Education Fund website.

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