U.S. News and World Report Top 50  2019 Public University

Fiske Best Buy 2019

U.S. News and World Report Top 30  2019 Bachelor's

THE NEW NOW

The way we'll live and work tomorrow looks a lot different than it did 20 or even 10 years ago. One thing we can guarantee is that the University of Arizona talent pipeline runs deep.

We put students first, preparing more than 44,000 of the best and brightest with the critical thinking and teamwork skills employers say they need the most. What's more, is nearly 60 percent of our graduates stay in Arizona. And according to a 2017 Gallup study, Wildcat alumni are healthier, happier and more successful than their peers nationally.

FUTURE STATE

With 59 percent of grads remaining in state after graduation, landing average starting salaries over $50,000, here are just a few ways we strengthen Arizona:

 
 
 
 

TOMORROW IS WILDCAT COUNTRY

We’ve been through revolutions and technological advances throughout human history. The difference today is that it’s happening at an accelerated pace. And the lines between our physical, digital and biological worlds are blurring in ways we’ve never seen.

Critical thinkers are in demand more than ever to solve global challenges like sustainable agriculture, personalized health care and cybersecurity that require human creativity, emotional intelligence and forward-looking vision. The University of Arizona provides students with hands-on learning, research opportunities and international partnerships, putting them at the leading edge of the next industrial revolution.

We are redefining the role of higher education in this new era.