November 04, 2011

Tillman Center serves the needs of veterans

Posted: Nov 04, 2011 | 1 min 13 sec

With a growing student veteran population, Arizona State University is doing all it can to support the needs of our servicemen and women.

"I think nothing is more important to us right now than the veterans who are coming back and really need, more than anything else, education," said Elizabeth D. Capaldi, executive vice president and provost.

"It's a tremendous program," said Chris Rauschenbach, program manager of ASU Veteran Services, who said the center acts as a single point of contact for veterans needing help with paperwork, benefits and counseling.

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