Universities are defined by their people, and you could say the people here were born to challenge "business as usual." The University of Arizona existed before Arizona was a state. Our first graduating class in 1895 consisted of two women and one male.
Since then, we've learned that we're better together. We do more when we work across backgrounds, skills and perspectives.
The University of Arizona offers a wide variety of academic programs, many of which are among the nation’s best. Students can choose from more than 300 undergraduate and graduate degrees through 20 colleges and 11 schools on three campuses.
As one of the top research universities in the world, with research activity of more than $600M, the University of Arizona is known for its excellence in research, giving our students the experience needed for their futures and being an economic engine for our state.
The mission of Career Services is to maximize your career potential by providing you with opportunities to explore your interests and gain valuable professional experience while also connecting you to our powerful network of employers and community partners.
Whether you are still deciding what you would like to do or you're ready to make your first professional move, let our staff help you prepare.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Discover the University of Arizona South, designed to provide a quality learner- centered environment for professional and liberal arts educatiom using diverse learning styles and accommodations for specific student needs, the faculty facilitates a disciplined inquiry into relative issues and a sense of service to the greater community.
The University of Arizona Honors Village features dorm and apartment-style housing for more than 1,000 Honors Wildcats. With integrated dining, collaborative learning classrooms, an interior courtyard, faculty and staff offices, a Campus Recreation Center and Campus Health Service Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS) satellite, the Honors Village will be the hub for the Honors community.
The Main Library houses extensive collections in the social sciences, humanities, fine arts, education and business as well as media, maps and government documents. The complete holdings of the University Libraries are accessible through the library's online catalog.
We are committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at the UA by providing quality medical and mental health care, outstanding health education, while assisting the institution in health-related policy development.
The University of Arizona’s branch campus headquartered in Sierra Vista—extends the University’s educational mission to the region’s people, in multiple locations and with targeted degree programs.
UA South provides affordable, accessible opportunities to earn high-quality and meaningful University of Arizona degrees in sites throughout Southern Arizona, including key border communities in Cochise and Santa Cruz Counties. We partner with community colleges to offer bachelor degrees that are of high quality, low cost, and geographically accessible.
As a university-recognized student-run organization, Collegiate Club Sports exists to promote and develop interest in a variety of sports and/or physical activities. Competitive in nature, clubs may represent the University in intercollegiate competition or conduct intra-club activities such as practice, instruction, social events and tournament play. We have about 30 clubs with about 1000 participants varying from rugby to ballroom dance.
The University of Arizona is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), one of 62 leading public and private research universities in the United States and Canada and the only AAU member in Arizona.
So far, being a student at the u of a has been an amazing experience. I really enjoyed all aspects of my freshman year, but this year has been more challenging due to all my classes being virtual.
The university did/does a wonderful job dealing with reopening the university during covid-19. While also providing flex classes for everyone.
It has been an awesome experience studying, relating to people from different diversity and being able to exchange ideas. So far what I have gained from the institution has been of great help to me in different perspectives and am truly grateful for the nature they gave me.