Dorms • Roommates • Dining
Eat. Sleep. Play.
There are 23 dorms at the University of Arizona, and dozens of fraternity and sorority houses. Learn about the benefits of each dorm’s district, specialty living-learning communities, and how to find a roommate. Plus, healthy on-campus dining options.
Living Learning Communities
Some dorms have living-learning communities, where you can live with Wildcats who share similar interests – from academics and culture, to hobbies and support networks. Space is limited.
APIDA Scholars Community: Yavapai
B.L.A.C.K. Community: Pima
Blue Chip Leadership Community: Pueblo de la Cienega
Cambium: STEM Scholars Community: Honors Village
Eller PACE Communities: Coronado, Manzanita-Mohave, Villa del Puente
Engineering Leadership Community: Yuma
O’odham Ki: Community: Yavapai
Marsha's Place (LGBTQ+2S): Yavapai
Outdoor Adventures: Graham-Greenlee
SBS: The People College at Esperanza Tower: Árbol de la Vida
The Arts District (TAD) Community: Manzanita-Mohave
Transfer Community: Kaibab-Huachuca
There are four housing districts at the University of Arizona, all conveniently located near your classes, dining, and places to meet up and hang out. Explore the Housing & Residential Life website to see virtual tours of each dorm.
All About Roommates
Wildcats have the option to request their dorm roommates. If you'd prefer to be assigned a random roommate (or suite mate), you can. The choice is up to you!
Fraternity & Sorority Housing
Nearly half of the 50 fraternities and sororities at the University of Arizona have housing. First-year members live in their respective dorms, off-campus apartments, or houses, while second-year members and beyond can live in Greek housing.
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Safety On Campus
The well-being of everyone on campus is of utmost importance. Several resources are provided to keep the University of Arizona’s environment safe.
A free service that delivers emergency notifications during a campus emergency.
ASUA Safe Ride:
Providing safe, nightly transportation on and around the main campus.
The university’s on-campus police department dedicated to student safety.
There are dozens of on-campus dining options at the University of Arizona, for everything from grab-and-go snacks between classes to restaurants where you can eat with friends. All are health-forward, with a focus on nutrition and whole ingredients. Many restaurants offer plant-based options, and menus are transparent, so food allergies are always considered. Wildcats can choose a meal plan that works best for them, including a debit- and swipe-based meal plan.
Restaurants Near the University
The University of Arizona is surrounded by some of Tucson’s favorite dining districts, including University Boulevard, Fourth Avenue, and Downtown Tucson. Learn more about Tucson’s dining scene.
The Campus Pantry is a point of pride for the University of Arizona, a place where Wildcats experiencing food insecurity can grab important food staples at no cost. Swipe your CatCard and browse donated canned goods, produce, peanut butter, and more.
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