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The University of Arizona has a vast variety of resources that are available to UA students, and finding them can be overwhelming. Here are a few of the most used resources from our students in alphabetical order and the links to their websites.
The Arizona Assurance Scholars Program at The University of Arizona (UA) is a financial aid program for low-income students in the state of Arizona.
Never miss an important deadline or campus event with the Arizona Calendars. Here you can find the Academic Calendar, Final Exam Schedule, Registration Dates & Deadlines, UA Master Calendar, UA Holiday Schedule, and many more.
The Bursar's Office provides student account and billing information; receives payments for tuition, fees and miscellaneous campus charges; provides collection of delinquent accounts; delivers refunds and financial aid residuals after disbursement.
Campus Health is committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at The University of Arizona and in the surrounding community by providing quality medical and mental health care, outstanding health education, while assisting the institution in health-related policy development. Campus Health is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.. (summary adapted from Campus Health website
The goal of the UA Campus Pantry is to reduce food insecurity in our Wildcat Community. At our distribution events, students and staff can grab important food staples at no cost. All you need is your CatCard! (summary adapted from Campus Pantry website)
Career Services mission 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 [its] 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. Career Services offers a large suite of online tools and resources as well as personalized assistance with everything from finding your first on-campus job to helping you polish your resume and prepare for your first professional interview. (summary adapted from Career Services website)
Counseling and Psych Services (CAPS) offers psychological counseling and psychiatric services to students to help them cope with personal problems so that they can successfully achieve their educational goals. Licensed professionals provide brief treatment for anxiety, depression, difficulties with relationships, family problems, food/body image concerns, alcohol and drug concerns, ADHD, life crises, and other issues. All currently enrolled UA students are eligible for CAPS services. (summary adapted from CAPS website)
The role of the Dean of Students Office includes challenging and supporting students when crises or emergencies arise, and when students make poor decisions related to personal behavior and integrity. In these situations, our goal is to treat students with dignity, and provide educational interventions to assist them with the successful completion of a University of Arizona degree.
Disability Resources leads the campus in the creation of inclusive learning and working environments and facilitates access through innovative services, programs, and partnerships. Disability is an aspect of diversity that is integral to our society and to the University of Arizona campus community. Disability Resources collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create a campus environment that is usable, equitable, sustainable and inclusive of all members of the university community. Identifying and removing barriers to access at the design stage can result in enhanced participation and minimize the need for individual accommodations. If individuals encounter academic, employment, physical, technology, or other barriers on campus, Disability Resources’ staff is available to partner to find good solutions or to implement reasonable accommodations. (summary adapted from DRC website) The DRC offers a number of free resources including Assistive Technology.
Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs looks to increase opportunities for each student to be included and engaged by establishing a number of center throughout campus, including African American Student Affairs (AASA), Ana and Adalberto Guerrero Student Center (formerly Chicano/Hispano Student Affairs), Asian Pacific American Student Affairs (APASA), Disability Resource Center, LGBTQ Affairs, and Native American Student Affairs (NASA).
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid provides services regarding student financial aid packages and scholarships.
OSCR offers a number of services including:
- Software: A comprehensive list of software installed in OSCR locations. Find out what software is where, and who can help you with it.
- Hardware: Computer hardware specifications for the computer labs.
- Gear-to-Go: Check out cameras, microphones, and more for your academic needs. Free!
- Printers: OSCR, in partnership with the University of Arizona Student Unions, provides 'cloud' printing services. There are 36 CatPrints kiosks located throughout campus. Visit the CatPrints page for locations and details on how to use this service.
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Math Department offers tutoring for undergraduate math course that the Think Tank does not offer, such as Math 129, 163, 263, 302A and 302B, and 310 and above. Please see website for details on when and where tutoring is offered. (summary adapted from Math Department website)
The department of Parking and Transportation Services provides parking options and promotes transportation alternatives for faculty, staff, students and visitors at the University of Arizona. The department's mission is to provide an equitable and quality service within the scope of available resources. The department’s goal is to develop and improve transportation demand management by:
- Improving accessibility and mobility throughout a changing and complex University environment;
- Enhancing interaction with the community and with governmental agencies;
- Utilizing ecologically sound principles in meeting transportation demands; and
- Implementing and maintaining information and financial systems.
- PTS offers services, such as parking permits, CatTran, Cat Wheels Bike Sharing, Disability Cart Service, Emergency Ride Home, and much more (summary adapted from PTS website)
We serve the students, faculty, staff and alumni through registration, record keeping, course and classroom management, and academic support. Our mission is to support teaching, learning and student development by maintaining the integrity of academic policies and the student information system. (summary adapted from Registrar website)
SafeRide is a free transportation service for University of Arizona affiliates. Since 1981, SafeRide has provided a nighttime alternative to walking alone on campus and in the Tucson community. It is managed and operated entirely by students under the sponsorship of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA). As an academic service, SafeRide’s mission is to serve those going to or from campus, while also providing a friendly and official presence on the streets at night. (summary adapted from SafeRide website)
[Scholarship Universe] believes every student deserves an opportunity for a scholarship. We also believe finding, applying for and managing scholarships should be a snap. That's why we built Scholarship Universe; an advanced scholarship management system for our students and departments. We match Wildcats to thousands of UA and non-UA opportunities and we fast-tracked the application process for UA scholarships. Wildcats have brought in over two million dollars each of the last two years from non-UA opportunities alone. Our departments select and award millions more each year via the Scholarship Universe system. (summary adapted from Scholarship Universe website)
ASUA Student Legal Services (SLS) is a free service offered to all currently enrolled UA students including UA Online, UA South and any other satellite campus students. Students get a thirty-minute consultation with a legal professional. (summary adapted from Student Legal Services website)
Think Tank has an assortment of services at a variety of locations. We have a staff of nearly 200 students, graduate assistants and professionals, all dedicated to helping you succeed at the UA. Our mission is to empower UA students by providing a positive environment where they can master the skills needed to become successful lifelong learners. Our content tutors are certified through our International Tutor Training Program Certification (ITTPC) and our Academic Skills Tutors are certified through our International Mentor Training Program Certification (IMTPC). In addition, our Supplemental Instruction Leaders undergo a rigorous training in cooperative learning techniques and strategies in group management. All of our employees are required to attend ongoing training to enhance their skills. I am very proud of our excellent programs and have confidence in our ability to provide you quality service. Think tank provides academic services and/or tutoring for Math, Sciences, languages, and writing. (summary adapted from Think Tank website)
The Mission of the University of Arizona Police Department is to provide a secure atmosphere conducive to the education, research, employment and daily lifestyles of the University Community; deliver high-quality, efficient, professional, and consistent services to all University of Arizona students, faculty, staff, and visitors; and proactively build and strengthen community partnerships and engage the community through education and awareness to reduce crime. (summary adapted from UAPD website)
University of Arizona Libraries is an enterprising partner in advancing the University's priorities. We cultivate an environment that promotes inquiry, creative endeavor, scholarly communication and lifelong learning. Our resources, services and expertise enrich the lives of Arizonans, and contribute to an expanding global academic community. The University of Arizona Libraries offer a number of services such as technology/equipment rentals, study/conference rooms, printing and 3D printing, online tutorials and trainings, online summons, to name a few. (summary adapted from University Library website)
Veterans Education and Transition Services strives to provide the tools and assistance necessary for student veterans to achieve academic success while fostering camaraderie and engagement. VETS is an organization run by veterans, for veterans, who through their shared experiences endeavor to maintain a dynamic and effective program which is responsive to the needs of the student veteran community. (summary adapted from VETS website)
The 24/7 IT Support Center is the first point of contact for many IT applications and services at the University of Arizona. Our IT staff are available seven days a week (excluding University holidays) and are ready to help address any computer or technical concerns you have! We want to make sure that you are prepared to pursue your University of Arizona degree. Whether you need help logging into a class or you need a virus removed from your computer, you can contact the team at our support desk for assistance. (summary adapted from UITS website)