ASU/Army Master's Degree Fellowship Program Information Session

ASU/Army Master's Degree Fellowship Program

A Distinguished Graduate Award that will fully fund a two-year master's degree program in virtually any field at Arizona State University for students interested in service as an officer in the military or reserves—includes full tuition, a monthly stipend, and an allowance for books/supplies
Register for the Spring 2019 Information Session
WHEN:    Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 3:00pm (one hour duration)
WHERE:  Memorial Union 242, the La Paz room
HOW:       Click Here to Register

The ASU/Army Master's Degree Fellowship Program (A/A MDFP) is a partnership between the ASU Graduate College and the U.S. Army Department of Military Science at ASU to identify and fully fund suitable master's degree students at ASU in almost any field for the duration of their Master's degree programs at ASU.

A/A MDFP will pay full tuition and fees, a monthly stipend, and a separate allowance for books/supplies.  This program is for Master's students who are interested in military service as an officer after graduation. With respect to branches of service, the program currently includes options in the Army, National Guard, or Army Reserve. Selected students may also elect funding for room and board in lieu of funding for tuition and fees, if they prefer.



Joshua Brooks, Program Manager of Distinguished Graduate Fellowships for ASU, and Dallas Eubanks, ASU/Army Scholarships and Enrollment Officer, will jointly host a one-hour information session in the La Paz Room of the Memorial Union (MU 242) on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 3:00 pm. Eubanks will speak to students about the details, requirements, and benefits of the program and will take questions near the close of the presentation.

When: Tues., 2/12/2019 at 3pm
Where: Memorial Union - La Paz Room - MU242
Duration: One hour
How: Register


- Must be either admitted to, in the process of applying to, or intending to apply to a full-time two-year on-campus master's program at Arizona State University in virtually any field

- Must be a U.S. citizen 

- Must be under 30 years of age (waivers of this requirement are possible)

- Must be able to pass a fitness test

- Must have an interest in becoming an officer in the Army, National Guard, or Army Reserve—a commitment to serve as an officer is required

- Preparation and endorsement by the Department of Military Science at ASU is required
- Travel requirements
- Other requirements—attend information session for details


Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. However, in order to complete the application requirements on time, applicants must begin the process in February-March by initiating contact with Dallas Eubanks. You can email or stop by the office located in room 330 of the Social Science building on the Tempe Campus in order to begin the process.

Please be sure to attend the information session in order to get a clear understanding of the details, requirements, and expectations of the program.