Campus Safety & Wellness

Safety is important for the entire University of Arizona campus community. Here are a number of resources to enhance our students' safety and well-being.

For an emergency, call 911. For a non-emergency, call 520-621-UAPD (8273).

UNIVERSITY POLICE   CAMPUS CRIME STATISTICS

 

Get the latest information about the University's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Risk Management assists the campus community in creating a safe environment for faculty, staff, students, and visitors.

CIRT (formerly known as Campus Emergency Response Team) oversees the campus emergency planning response.

RISK MANAGEMENT


PERSONAL SAFETY

ALERTS & COMMUNICATION

Sign up for these communication methods to be aware of any campus emergency.

  • UA Alert is a free service that delivers emergency alerts to registered users – as well as their friends and family – via their cell phones and/or email accounts during a campus emergency. Sign up for UAlert.
  • The LiveSafe app provides real-time interaction for those reporting security and safety concerns. Download the LiveSafe app.

TRANSPORTATION

  • ASUA Safe Ride provides a safe, night-time method of transportation to all university-affiliated persons on and around the main campus.
  • The Cat Tran shuttle service operates on-campus and an express service to off-campus lots.

DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE

The Dean of Students Office provides programs designated to guide students in areas of health and safety protocols.

  • The SafeCats Program is a proactive educational campaign that disperses safety-related information on and off campus.
  • Student Assistance helps students who face complex issues and crises that could affect their ability to remain successful.

HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION & SEXUAL MISCONDUCT REPORTING

If you find yourself in a situation that makes you uncomfortable, please reach out and tell someone.

CAMPUS RESOURCES & COUNSELING SERVICES

Campus Health promotes health, wellness, and safety by providing quality medical and mental health services through virtual and in-person care.

Counseling and Psych Services (CAPS)

Offering psychological counseling to students to help them cope with personal problems so that they can successfully achieve their educational goals.
520-621-3334

 

OASIS Sexual Assault and Trauma Services

Oasis provides services to UArizona students, staff and faculty who are impacted by sexual assault and relationship violence.
520-621-3334

 

Sexual Health

This program educates the UArizona community about sexual health issues and servces as an information resource.
520-621-4967

 

Hazing Prevention

Educational resources and programs for the prevention of hazing in campus groups.
520-621-7057

Threat Assessment & Management

Campus violence prevention depends on the willingness of all members of the community to notice and refer potentially worrisome behaviors or situations before they result in harm.
520-621-7057

 

COMMUNITY SERVICES

TUCSON HOSPITALS

Banner University Medical Center - Tucson Campus
1501 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson, AZ 85724
520 694-8888

Tucson Medical Center
5301 E. Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712
520-327-5461

St. Mary's Hospital
1601 W. St. Mary's Rd, Tucson, AZ 85745
520-872-3000

TUCSON POLICE & FIRE

Tucson Police Department (TPD)
Non-emergency: 520-791-4444

Tucson Fire Department (TFD)
520-791-4512

STATE OF ARIZONA

Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center
Provides poison and medication-related emergency treatment advice, referral assistance and comprehensive information on poisons and toxins, poison prevention and the safe and proper use of medications.