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ASU, Starbucks to offer full tuition coverage for all eligible employees

Arizona State University and Starbucks announced April 6 that the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, first introduced in June 2014, will now offer 100 percent tuition coverage for every eligible U.S. Starbucks partner (employee).

ASU Online Pilots Games for Environmental Science

Arizona State University, in its continued effort to innovate coursework in the online modality, announces a pilot of Environmental Science games at ASU Online.

ASU master's students pilot global career program

Master's students from Arizona State University’s Global Technology and Development program are piloting a networking event this week to connect to professionals in various parts of the world.

ASU offers new scholarship for military students

Arizona State University is introducing the Military Active Duty and Reservist Commitment Scholarship for undergraduate military students enrolled in an online degree program. The scholarship will benefit students using military Tuition Assistance by covering the remaining cost of tuition per credit hour, meaning eligible military students will no longer have out-of-pocket tuition expenses to attend ASU online.

ASU Online Ranked Among Best Online Programs in Nation

Arizona State University (ASU) Online has been ranked among the top ten online bachelor’s degree programs in the country according to today’s U.S. News & World Report rankings. The 2015 "Best Online Programs” list ranks ASU eighth for best online bachelor’s degree programs.

It's Back to School for Dad! Balancing College, Career & Kids

If you're like me, you've been thinking for some time now about going back to school, either for the first time or to pick up where you left off. For me, the unfinished business of earning my degree has been like a pea under my mattress. Over the years I've watched one person after another start taking classes, always thinking to myself, "Man, I really need to do that," only to return to my routine. The next thing I know I'm congratulating yet another person on finishing their degree, at that moment realizing, "Wow, I would be finished my now, too."

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