Gain resources for research and instructional support, including online teaching, bookstores, libraries and more.
TEACHING / INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Housed in the Provost’s office, this office provides information on creating new academic programs or organizational units, making changes to existing academic programs and more.
OFFICE OF INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT
The Office of Instruction and Assessment, known as OIA, offers support to the UA teaching community in course and curriculum design, online course development, program and classroom assessment and evaluation, instructional strategies and learning technologies.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
All credit course offerings, dates, meeting times and locations.
Provides clothing and gifts, books, computers, textbooks, supplies and mobile communications.
D2L (DESIRE 2 LEARN)
A new web-based tool for creating and managing electronic-learning, or e-learning, environments.
The libraries of the University of Arizona are dedicated campus partners actively supporting the education, research and learning goals of the University.
OUTREACH RESOURCES FOR FACULTY
Class registration, grades, transcripts, residency, withdrawal and diplomas.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA), offers support to the UA teaching community in course and curriculum design, online course development, program and classroom assessment and evaluation, instructional strategies and learning technologies.
RESOURCES FOR RESEARCHERS
Information on contracts, collaborators, policies, technology transfer, risk management and research compliance.
POLICIES & ORGANIZATIONS
FACULTY CENTER / SENATE OFFICE
The legislative body that represents the general faculty of the University; responsible for areas such as creating policies for academic personnel, instruction and curriculum, research, student affairs, ethics and more.
Under the direction of the Provost, Faculty Affairs leads in the development of university policies and resources related to faculty and continuing status professionals. This includes information for professional/leadership development, annual performance reviews, promotion and retirement.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Information and access to University-wide policies and procedures.
DISABILITY RESOURCES CENTER (DRC)
The DRC leads the University of Arizona in the pursuit and implementation of a well-designed, accessible campus. By promoting a view of disability informed by social, cultural and political forces, DRC strives to create inclusive academic, employment, physical and information environments.