The Mission of Facilities Management at the University of Arizona is to effectively and efficiently provide services that support the faculty, staff, and students in pursuit of excellence in their individual and institutional, academic, research, and community objectives.
Consists of highly skilled journey-level tradesmen, specializing in operation maintenance and repair of critical building systems, unique to a large institutional setting with an emphasis on research and higher learning.
Business Services is the logistical service entity within Facilities Management that ensures that the department's efforts to function efficiently and effectively are accounted for in an auditable manner that is in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
Committed to providing a clean, safe and cheerful environment through the highest quality cleaning with the utmost in customer service and positive communications all performed by the best trained and highest quality custodians available.
Provides and maintains all main campus, Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC), Intercollegiate athletic facilities and outlying properties landscape and streets to include the daily care and meet the environmental standards of all plant materials, trees, lawns, irrigation systems and athletic fields.
UMS provides dependable Utility Production and Distribution Services to the University Campus in the most effective and efficient manner to provide the environment conducive to the University’s Mission of Education.
The University of Arizona Department of Family and Community Medicine promotes the health of individuals, families and communities though excellent community-based teaching, research and service in the fields of Family Medicine and Community Medicine.
Offers two bachelor of science degrees for undergraduates majoring in family studies and human development or family and consumer sciences education (FACS), as well as advanced study at the graduate level.
The Office of Federal Relations is the UA's liaison between the UA and the federal government. This unit coordinates UA's participation in the appropriations process and UA's relationships with Members of Congress and the Executive Branch agencies.
Open your mind at Southern Arizona’s only planetarium, with fun and educational programs for everyone. Hands-on exhibits and sky shows highlight the wonders of science, and music laser shows immerse audiences in light and sound. Tour the heavens via the observatory’s 16-inch telescope (no reservations needed). Open seven days a week, see website or call for hours, exhibits and admission information.
The Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation was incorporated as a non-profit educational organization under 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code in September, 1970, by a public spirited group of Arizona’s civic and corporate leaders in cooperation with the University of Arizona College of Agriculture & Life Sciences’ Cooperative Extension. The Foundation, while separate from the University, is sanctioned by the Board of Regents, University administration, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences and Cooperative Extension.
Our undergraduate degree programs in French and Italian emphasize proficiency in the target language, critical thinking, and intellectual growth. It offers a B.A. in French (Literature; Teaching; and Business) and two in Italian (Language and literature; Italian studies).