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Veterans Educational and Transitional Services (VETS)
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Campus Resources

Here are links to services the university provides and might help you in your transition to ASU.

ASU Library - provides computers, printers, copiers, study areas, books, and articles for students to use.

Career Development - the Career Development Center can help student find a part time job and prepare for their future career by providing resume services and job fair information.

Career Development Job Listings for Veterans -this is a site dedicated to part time job specifically for veterans.

Center for Security Studies -provides a variety of programs for those interested in security studies or criminal justice.

Center for Student Involvement - the CSI holds several events throughout the year. It also houses the Student Government office and Fraternity and Sorority offices. 

Clinic and Counseling Services -ASU provides a clinic that all enrolled students can use. They also provide counseling services.

Disability Services - provides services for students with special needs or disabilities.

Smart Workshops -offers a series of study skills and academic workshop to help students become successful.

Study Skills Resources -helps students figure out study skills that fit them so that they may succeed in their studies.

Student Veterans Organization -the SVO is an organization for veterans. It promotes camaraderie and community involvement. 

Supplemental Instruction - SI is an enrichment program that uses peer-led group study to help students in difficult classes

Tutoring Center -ASU offers free tutoring for certain classes. Check their website for dates and times.

VETS Center - this is the VETS Center Facebook page. Learn about upcoming events and veteran news.