Conducts programs which span the biological, mathematical, and physical sciences. Emphases are on teaching a fundamental understanding of scientific knowledge, discovering new knowledge, and applying that knowledge to solving problems.
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 University of Arizona seeks to ensure that all individuals using, accessing, storing, transmitting or overseeing University information resources understand their responsibility in reducing the risk of compromise and take appropriate security measures to protect University information resources.
While providing knowledge and skills basic to the practice of medicine, the College of Medicine inculcates students with fundamental attitudes of compassionate patient care and a spirit and desire for lifelong independent learning and scholarship.
Student Transitions is a robust area of programs and services designed to facilitate the retention and graduation of students through specific interventions. The programs and services that combine to create the Student Transitions area touch all UA students, no matter their academic class, but have an emphasis on new students. This includes new freshmen, transfers, returning students, etc.
Serves as the international relations office for the UA and is responsible for supporting the negotiation, facilitation and maintenance of all institutional relationships with foreign partner institutions worldwide.
If you are a visiting undergraduate student and are not pursuing a degree through the UA, you may seek Summer or Winter Only admission. This type of admission does not allow for continuation in the Spring or Fall semesters and you must reapply for this status each year.
The Office of Sustainability was established in October 2010 as part of a larger reorganization of UA Campus Sustainability to improve the coordination of environmental sustainability programs across the university. The Office coordinates students, faculty and staff to ensure the University of Arizona is a top-ranked institution among its peers for leadership in environmental sustainability as it pertains to campus design, student engagement, operations, education, research and outreach.