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SVA Tempe leads, builds, and serves.

The mission of SVA Tempe is to promote leadership, build community, and provide service for veteran and military-affiliated students at ASU, to ensure their success in higher education and future careers.

The vision of SVA Tempe is that by leading, building, and serving the Student Veteran community, and collaborating with the affiliated SVA Chapters of ASU, to fully engage the 5,000 plus veteran and military-affiliated students at all ASU locations, in person and online, in programs of academic success, professional development, and social engagement. All veteran and military-affiliated students will succeed in higher education, integrate into college culture and civilian society, achieve their academic goals, gain meaningful employment, and become the future leaders of America.

We are a Student Veterans of America Chapter. The Student Veterans Association at ASU Tempe, founded in 2009 as the ASU Veterans Club, carries on a tradition of veteran fellowship and cameraderie that goes back to the original ASU Veterans Club that was founded in the late 1960's. SVA Tempe is a peer group for students and faculty at ASU who are veteran and military-affiliated students, their dependents, and supporters and advocates.

SVA Tempe promotes leadership among Student Veterans by advocating for the needs of veteran and military-affiliated students, enhancing the veteran-friendly climate at ASU, and inviting creative initiative from the Student Veteran community.

SVA Tempe builds community among Student Veterans by encouraging the formation of veteran student organizations at ASU Tempe, such as Law Students for Veterans Legal Interests, Engineering Student Veterans Organization, and the W.P. Carey Veterans Council, in collaboration with their respective academic departments; engaging partner organizations such as SVA at Downtown, Polytechnic, West, Lake Havasu and the Tau Epsilon Phi ASU Veterans Fraternity; engaging partner departments such as the Pat Tillman Veteran Center, Veterans Upward Bound, the Disability Resource Center, and ROTC groups; utilizing social media to engage the veteran and military-affiliated student community, and recruiting new members or referring them to partner organizations.

SVA Tempe provides service to Student Veterans by promoting academic success, professional development, and social engagement.

Officer Elections: Every November and April. Let us know if you want to become an SVA Tempe leader.

We host General Meetings on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at 4pm in the Pat Tillman Veterans Center.

We host social events monthly on the 3rd Friday of the month directly after the General Meeting.

We accept all ASU students as members. To join SVA Tempe, please visit http://tempe.svaasu.com/join.html

Be sure to follow our Calendar of Events at http://tempe.svaasu.com/events.html

Sincerely,

SVA Tempe
veteransclub.asu@gmail.com.

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SVA Tempe leads, builds, and serves.

The mission of SVA Tempe is to promote leadership, build community, and provide service for veteran and military-affiliated students at ASU, to ensure their success in higher education and future careers.

The vision of SVA Tempe is that by leading, building, and serving the Student Veteran community, and collaborating with the affiliated SVA Chapters of ASU, to fully engage the 5,000 plus veteran and military-affiliated students at all ASU locations, in person and online, in programs of academic success, professional development, and social engagement. All veteran and military-affiliated students will succeed in higher education, integrate into college culture and civilian society, achieve their academic goals, gain meaningful employment, and become the future leaders of America.

We are a Student Veterans of America Chapter. The Student Veterans Association at ASU Tempe, founded in 2009 as the ASU Veterans Club, carries on a tradition of veteran fellowship and cameraderie that goes back to the original ASU Veterans Club that was founded in the late 1960's. SVA Tempe is a peer group for students and faculty at ASU who are veteran and military-affiliated students, their dependents, and supporters and advocates.

SVA Tempe promotes leadership among Student Veterans by advocating for the needs of veteran and military-affiliated students, enhancing the veteran-friendly climate at ASU, and inviting creative initiative from the Student Veteran community.

SVA Tempe builds community among Student Veterans by encouraging the formation of veteran student organizations at ASU Tempe, such as Law Students for Veterans Legal Interests and Fulton Student Veterans Organization, in collaboration with their respective academic departments; engaging partner organizations such as SVA at Downtown, Polytechnic, West, Lake Havasu and the Tau Epsilon Phi ASU Veterans Fraternity; engaging partner departments such as the Pat Tillman Veteran Center, Veterans Upward Bound, the Disability Resource Center, and ROTC groups; utilizing social media to engage the veteran and military-affiliated student community, and recruiting new members or referring them to partner organizations.

SVA Tempe provides service to Student Veterans by promoting academic success, professional development, and social engagement.

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Special Interest

Please indicate the PRIMARY LOCATION that your student organization plans to be an active participate on for the 2018 -19 academic year.

Tempe

Primary population(s) served:
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
1st OFFICER - Full Name

Andrew Petrie

1st OFFICER - Title

Usually President, sometimes Director/Chair, etc.

President

1st OFFICER Email
2nd OFFICER - Full Name

Andrew Frye

2nd OFFICER - Title

Usually Vice President, sometimes Secretary/Treasurer, etc.

Vice President

2nd OFFICER Email
3rd OFFICER - Full Name

Timothy Rogers

3rd OFFICER - Title

Usually Secretary, sometimes Recruitment chair, etc.

Secretary

3rd OFFICER Email
ADVISOR Full Name

Marcus Denetdale

ADVISOR Title

Please use official "job title" with university

Program Manager, Construction in Indian Country

ADVISOR Email

All ASU registered student organizations must have a full- or part-time benefits-eligible faculty or staff member serving as an advisor. By entering your advisor's email, they will automatically be sent an electronic Advisor Commitment Form which they must complete for your registration.

An Advisor Commitment Letter electronically signed by the Advisor is a required part of finalizing the registration of your student organization. Make sure to follow up with them to complete.