About the University of Arizona
Discover, Educate, Serve and Inspire
The University of Arizona is a premier, public research university. Established in 1885 as the first university in the state and the state’s land grant university, the UA is building a better Arizona through access, quality and discovery.
President: Ann Weaver Hart, Ph.D.
- 29,719 Undergraduate
- 6,962 Graduate
- 1,376 Professional & Medical
Facts & Research:
- More than $625 million in research
- Ranked #19 among all public universities by the National Science Foundation
- State Land Grant University
- Member, Association of American Universities
- Research I University
- NCAA Division-1, PAC 12 Conference
- 387 acres in central Tucson, oldest continually maintained green space in Arizona.