ASU Libraries offer myriad resources to help you find the e-books, journals and other library resources you need to be successful in your ASU Online program.
The My ASU library link connects you to library resources. The Library One search box searches the full-text contents of many library databases and the online catalog. It's a great place to start. Have a question? Ask a Librarian is available 24/7 for chat and email.
Library Guides—research guides created by ASU librarians—provide quick access to the best resources in many subject areas. Resources for Online Students helps you navigate ASU Libraries to find books, articles, media, and more.
Need help with writing, math, biology, Spanish or another subject? ASU provides a number of tutoring resources online. Learn more about them here.
Sun Devil Campus Stores
Textbooks are tricky: they’re usually mandatory, they’re expensive, and it seems updated versions are published every other year. Sun Devil Campus Stores know this, and they’ve put together the tools to offer every student a choice when it comes to required reading.
Rent textbooks? Why not. ASU's partnership with Follett offers students the option of keeping texts only as long as they’re needed.
Career Services offers programs and services year-round for online students, designed to strengthen your job search skills, resumé writing, interview techniques, and more.
Ask the Career Advisor is an online chat for career advice available three hours every day of the week; drop in with your questions and “chat” with one of our seasoned counselors. Live and pre-recorded webinars covering a plethora of job-related topics are scheduled several times a semester, and Sun Devil Career Link is a comprehensive portal where you find open positions, on-campus recruitment, in-house workshops and job fairs.
At ASU Online, it’s important to us that nothing hold you back. Through the Disability Resource Center, we work with all students who have documented disabilities to create an online environment that is accessible, inclusive and supportive.
Online students can direct all calls and emails to the Tempe office.
Military/Veteran Current Student
After enrolling each semester, students who are using GI Bill educational benefits are required to fill out an Activity Sheet to be turned in to the Certifying office. It can be faxed to 480-965-8198.
Ch. 30, 1606 and 1607 students are responsible for verifying their own enrollment at the end of each month. This must be done to receive your benefit check for the previous month’s school attendance. Contact the VA Regional Processing Office each month by phone at 1.877.823.2378 or online. Until further notice, ch. 33 recipients are not responsible for verifying their enrollment.