Contact a military admission representative
Veterans and military-affiliated students FAQs
Contact our veteran recruitment coordinator at email@example.com or 480-965-5078
To start a file and initiate benefits for the term, sign a VA Benefits Responsibility Form, complete a Prior Credit Evaluation with your academic advisor and fill out a VA Enrollment Activity Form. These forms are submitted directly to the Pat Tillman Veterans Center. For the Post-9/11 GI Bill®, please include your latest letter from the VA that details your benefit level and months/days of benefits remaining (your Certificate of Eligibility). Visit admission.asu.edu/veterans and review the steps under Benefits
No. If you are eligible for Ch. 30 Montgomery GI Bill® or Ch. 33 Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits, provide a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility to the Pat Tillman Veterans Center after completing the VA Benefits Responsibility Form
If you have questions about VA benefits, eligibility or processing timelines, contact Troy Rundle, ASU’s VA VetSuccess on Campus counselor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-727-5627
Yes, VA benefits are not considered when determining financial aid eligibility.
We strongly encourage all veterans to self-identify on the ASU application, whether using benefits or not. By identifying as a veteran, you will receive veteran-specific communications and information from when you apply through enrollment. Then, while completing your degree program at ASU, we will help make sure you can connect with veteran and military student career, networking, professional development and social opportunities.
If you qualify for the maximum benefit, ASU covers the full cost of public, in-state tuition and fees. Learn more.
No. Because the enrollment deposit is not attached to a course of study, this fee cannot be covered under your benefits.
The application fee applies to all students, and there is not a veteran exception. We always encourage graduate students to reach out directly to their department to learn more.
Request that your official transcript(s) be sent to Admission Services by following the instructions here.
JSTs received at ASU will be automatically reviewed for all transferable credits. These credits will be reflected on each student’s Degree Audit Report. Academic advisors will evaluate transferable credit for applicability to each student’s program of study.
Because of the sequence involved in this process, a student must be admitted to a program of study in order to determine how their JST will affect degree completion.
Go to airuniversity.af.mil/Barnes/CCAF/Display/Article/803247/ and have it sent to ASU like a traditional transcript. Check out the Transfer Guide to see how your credits may transfer.
As soon as possible, let your instructors and advisors know, then contact ASU’s military advocate at email@example.com to find out what your options are.
Yes. Veteran and military students are awarded an honor stole to wear with their cap and gown at graduation ceremonies.
There are multiple ways that a veteran student at ASU can gain in-state residency for tuition purposes. Please review the residency policies and procedures for our veteran students to see if you qualify: veterans.asu.edu/policies.
"GI Bill®” is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at VA.gov | Veterans Affairs .