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Arizona Athletics is home to 19 exciting and competitive sports teams. ZonaZoo is the premier student section in the nation with 10,000 members. Make sure you are a part of the action!
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.
Committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at the UA, Campus Health provides quality medical and mental health care, outstanding health education and assists in health-related policy development.
Inspiring sustainable healthy lifestyles, Campus Recreation works collaboratively with the university community to offer high quality facilities, programs and services that enhance an active and well-rounded lifestyle.
The Club Resource Center is a centralized office that provides students with information on the more than 200 clubs and organizations recognized by the University of Arizona.
The University of Arizona is home to four cultural centers within student affairs and almost 10 other religions centers to support student interests. Each month, the UA has many cultural and religious activities that are open to all students.
The Dean of Students Office, a division within Student Affairs, oversees aspects of a student’s life outside of the classroom, including Access & Inclusion, Campus Health, Fraternity and Sorority Programs, AZ Student Media, Parents and Family Association, the discipline process and student advocacy.
Degree Search offers tools to identify majoring preferences. The easy to use interface allows the user to simply drag the slider handles left or right to change the math or second language requirement filters to facilitate a narrow search to find majors that strongly emphasizes one's strengths. Areas of strengths or weaknesses can be checked/un-checked to narrow down or expand potential majors.
Leading the campus charge in the creation of inclusive learning and working environments, the Disability Resource Center (DRC) facilitates access, discourse, and involvement both within and beyond the UA.
The interactive campus map allows the selection of academic buildings, residence halls, athletic facilities, parking lots and transportation routes to facilitate a clear view of the UA campus.
The Office of the Registrar serves the students, faculty and staff of the University by performing a wide range of functions relating to student records and academic administration.
Residence life office provides all students with the opportunity to live on campus and engage in rich learning communities that compliment the classroom experience.
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid strives to inform all families about the many scholarships and financial packages the UA has to offer families to help you pay for college. Their goal is to make UA affordable to families from all income levels.
The centrally located Student Union Memorial Center has it all; a great selection of dining, the UA Bookstore, USPS post office, tons of study rooms, the hub for student involvement, and a movie theater.
The Study Abroad program is housed within the Office of Global Initiatives and offers students Study Abroad 101, a pre-advising session that all UA students should attend prior to meeting with a Study Abroad Advisor at the SASE office. The 101 session is offered three times a week and is mandatory for all students.
The THINK TANK is the place to go for Math and Science tutoring, the Writing Center, Weekly Course Reviews, Supplemental Instruction, Academic Skills tutoring, and much more. Students may find both FREE and fee-based services to meet the diverse needs of all UA students.