Academic home for "undecided" students, pre-nursing and interdisciplinary majors; provides academic advising and assistance for students exploring majors.
Bear Down Gym
Supports students through the University enrollment process, offering campus tours for prospective students, online applications, and new student orientation programs.
The Office of Admissions is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at our main location (Bear Down Gym) and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (at the Bookstore or Student Union, except for holiday weekends).
Provides support systems, programs, and services that enable students to develop leadership skills as well as the resources to develop and create personal and academic excellence.
Martin Luther King Building, room 209
Provides alumni with University of Arizona heritage education opportunities, travel, parties, career connections, clubs, homecoming information, and more.
1111 North Cherry Ave.
Creates a safe and welcoming environment that supports academic success, develops leadership, and embraces Chicano/Hispano students' cultural identity.
Cesar E. Chavez Building, room 217
The Arizona Assurance Scholars Program provides academic, financial and social support for low-income Arizona residents as a way to ensure success, retention and graduation from the University of Arizona. For more information on eligibility criteria and the financial aid program for please visit https://financialaid.arizona.edu/assurance
The Arizona Student Media department offers rewarding and meaningful multi-media and journalism training that complements coursework and provides students with intensive leadership roles. Through work on the award-winning Arizona Daily Wildcat, the Wildcat Online, KAMP Student Radio and UATV-3, students gain hands-on experience in writing, editing, design, broadcasting, film, marketing and promotions, advertising, computer graphics, website development, photography and accounting, among other areas of media management.
Provides a comfortable environment, and academic and personal support through program implementation, leadership opportunities, and advocacy for APA student issues.
Nugent Building, room 104
Offers a wide variety of programs and services that students can both help organize and utilize, including fundraising, legal services, Pride Alliance, and student senate.
Student Union Memorial Center, Suite 325W
(520) 621-ASUA (2782)
Manages student financial accounts, tuition payments, and disbursements.
University Services Building, room 104
The University of Arizona Campus Emergency Response Team oversees the University of Arizona's emergency planning and response. CERT is activated whenever there is a critical incident on campus that could affect the safety, health or well-being of people on campus. See also UAlert!
Provides quality medical services, psychological care, and health promotion & prevention services for students.
Highland Commons, 1224 E. Lowell St.
See Student Engagement & Career Development.
A directory of all commencement activities.
Provides personal development, career development, and academic support opportunities for student athletes.
For more information contact Becky Bell at email@example.com
Offers psychological counseling for anxiety, depression, difficulties with relationships, family problems, body image concerns, alcohol and drug concerns, and general life difficulties.
Campus Health building, 3rd floor
Serves as the primary link between students, faculty, and administrators; assists in navigation of campus procedures; and manages academic integrity and student code of conduct.
Robert L Nugent Building
All students must officially declare their intent to graduate and file an application via UAccess. This process will ensure that all courses have been completed and graduation requirements have been met.
Degree Search allows students to find majors by college, personal characteristics, and interests. You can utilize the various filters and sorting capabilities to search the best degree for you.
Facilitates full access for disabled students, faculty, staff, and visitors through the provision of reasonable accommodations, adaptive athletic and fitness programs, assistive technology, innovative programming, education, and consultation.
1224 E. Lowell St.
An annual ASUA sponsored event held in October and organized by the Parents and Family Association.
Conducts final audits of each student's course work to ensure that all degree requirements have been met.
Graduation Services Advisors' Contact Information.
On Handshake, you can easily search and apply for on-campus jobs, internships, and full-time opportunities with employers recruiting University of Arizona students and alumni.
Fosters an enduring spirit of inquiry and discovery by providing academic opportunities such as Honors courses, research experiences, and intellectual dialogues for artistically and academically talented students.
Slonaker House, room 106
Represents and advocates for international students; serves as a liaison with academic and other departments, as well as local, state, federal and foreign agencies; provides immigration and tax advising; and offers opportunities to interact with the Tucson community.
The Immigrant Student Resource Center (ISRC) helps recruit & retain students at the University of Arizona from immigrant & refugee backgrounds. The ISRC provides academic, career, scholarship, & social support to currently enrolled students, including students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) work permits, undocumented status, students with mixed-immigration status families, and students from refugee backgrounds. The ISRC trains university staff, faculty, & administrators how to work more effectively with students from immigrant and refugee backgrounds.
The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Affairs works to build, sustain and strengthen a safe, inclusive, and open environment for faculty, staff, appointed professionals, students, alumni, parents, and guests of all gender identities and sexual orientations.
Student Union, Room 404-O
Serves as the university's information gateway, providing traditional browsing and borrowing services, along with research assistance, study space, online academic journal access, and computer access.
1510 E. University Blvd.
Provides student access to university math courses through proficiency evaluation and review of transferred math courses from other institutions.
Math Building, room 108
Provides culturally sensitive academic counseling and support services to American Indian/Alaskan Native students enabling them to achieve academic excellence.
Nugent Building, room 202
A one-stop website that provides information to newly admitted students so they can easily proceed through the steps to becoming an enrolled student.
Bear Down Gym
Provides select incoming first year students with a comprehensive orientation to the university during a 6-week summer bridge program. New Start students move into Prodigy, the academic year component of the transition program, during the fall semester to receive extended personal and academic support.
Nugent Building, Lower Level
Provides counseling, advocacy, and referrals to individuals who are affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, and provides outreach and education to the campus community.
Campus Heath building, room D301
Provides off-campus housing information, including weekly housing & roommate listings, and information on campus events & involvement opportunities for commuters.
El Portal, First Floor, 501 N. Highland Avenue
Promotes equity and opportunity and serves the University community by focusing on access, opportunity, outreach, community building, and conflict resolution.
University Services Building, room 217
Manages class registration, grades, transcripts, residency, withdrawal, and granting of diplomas.
Administration Building, room 210
The University of Arizona Ombuds Program provides an informal means of problem resolution if you have a University-related concern, conflict, or dispute. An Ombuds is not empowered to change a decision, but through intervention or a clarification of matters, information may emerge to assist in the resolution of the problem. Call the Director of the Ombuds Program at (520) 626-5589 or call an Ombuds directly if you need help.
Coordinates distance learning, correspondence, continuing education, Evening & Weekend Campus, and programs for children and seniors.
University Services Building, room 322
Provides parking options and promotes transportation alternatives for faculty, staff, students and visitors at the university.
1117 E. Sixth St.
(520) 626-PARK (7275)
Provides a variety of on-campus housing options and living-learning communities.
El Portal, 501 N. Highland
Provides guidelines for obtaining Arizona residency for tuition purposes.
Administration Building, room 210
Provides enhanced for-fee services for students with learning disabilities, including education planning, mentoring, workshops, writing skills training, peer tutors, and a computer lab.
1010 N. Highland Ave.
Provides career exploration and job search assistance, employment services for on and off-campus jobs in addition to internships and full-time career-related jobs, career and job search workshops, graduate school planning assistance, counseling, planning tools, resource library online and in print, tips on resume-writing and interviewing, and the opportunity to interview with national employers.
Student Union Memorial Center, Suite 411
Student Legal Services is a service offered to all currently enrolled students of the University of Arizona. The program is sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA) and supported by ASUA funds. There is no charge to students for the service.
Student Union Memorial Building, ASUA Offices, Room 325
Getting involved in Student Life is an important part of the whole experience of being a Wildcat. Student clubs and organizations range from special interest, career based, identity/cultural development, and more.
Offers opportunities for foreign study on a summer, semester, or yearly basis while earning academic credit at the university. Students interested in study abroad are asked to attend a Study Abroad 101 session before meeting with a study abroad advisor. Click on link above for schedule of sessions.
University Services Building
888 N. Euclid Avenue
Room 301 (3rd floor)
PDF slides from Study Abroad Presentation
The Survivor Advocacy program provides confidential support and advocacy services to student survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. They provide advocacy and services rooted in empowerment and community-based support, are survivor-focused, and relationship-based.
Dr. Martin Luther King Building
1322 E. 1st Street
Offers a wide variety of testing services, including: CLEP, Math Readiness Test, TOEFL, and registration information for graduate school entrance exams such as the MCAT and GRE.
1600 E. 1st Street
Includes the Writing Center, Math and Science tutoring, Tier 1 and second language tutoring, supplemental instruction, and Peer Mentoring.
College Survival Guide: One Sixty Eight
Bear Down Gym
The University of Arizona is committed to fostering a learning, working, and living environment free from all forms of discrimination, including harassment. The University's Nondiscrimination and Anti-harassment Policy and the Student Code of Conduct prohibit discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and genetic information.
Submit a report: https://equity.arizona.edu/reporting
Serves as a resource throughout the transfer process, from pre-transfer advising to admission information.
Transfer Student Center - Student Union Memorial Center - suite #402
Trellis Advise is focused on enhancing the University of Arizona's student and advisor experience, empowering both users to book their advising appointment on a simple, easy-to-use platform.
Increases the retention and college graduation rates of eligible students and fosters an institutional climate supportive of the success of low-income, first generation, and students with disabilities through both academic and personal support workshops and programs.
Nugent Building, Lower Level
UA Alert is a free service that delivers emergency alerts to registered university students, faculty and staff – as well as their friends and family – via their cell phones, mobile devices and/or email accounts during a campus emergency.
Provides law enforcement and security services to the campus community.
1852 E. First St.
Non-emergency 621-UAPD (621-8273)
Provides campus-wide computing systems, assists with account problems and questions, and provides educational resources for students and instructors.
1077 N. Highland Ave.
(520) 621-CCIT (2248) general department line
(520) 621-HELP (4357) for the Help Desk
As a hub of information for student veterans and veterans looking to enter the university, the Student Vets Center is staffed by trained student veterans who have transitioned to the the university and are knowledgeable about the campus.
Student Union Memorial Center, 4th Floor, Room 404-0
The Women's Resource Center (WRC) promotes gender equity through education, leadership development and advocacy. The WRC supports this mission by ensuring a safe, supportive physical space for all students, by providing educational programming on women's and gender issues and intersections with other personal identities, peer-education on topics such as sex education and body image, student leadership development, allied partnership building, and information referral service.
Student Union Memorial Center, Room 404
Provides free individualized peer tutoring to our students at all stages of the writing process. There are three locations: Bear Down Gym, Park Student Union, and the Student Recreation Center.
WSIP promotes Rapport, Respect, Relationship with all students and clients. Rapport means getting to know individuals’ strengths and weaknesses, challenges and goals. Respect means we value everyone’s writing and never take their voice away. Relationship means because good writing is hard work and takes time, we expect our students and clients to meet with us regularly on a long-term basis.