The University of Arizona

Student Involvement, Engagement Thrives at UA

Student involvement and engagement thrives at the University of Arizona. With over 600 clubs and organizations available and over 20,000 students involved in these offerings, opportunities are endless for students to meet people with similar interests and find community. 

In the 2016 Campus Climate survey, 84 percent of undergraduate students said they attended campus events or activities, and 7 out of 10 were involved with at least one UA club or organization. 

Critically, involved students find more academic success and feel a sense of belonging on campus. In a recent CatPulse survey, 9 out of 10 Wildcats said they already felt a sense of belonging on the UA.  

Sami Marks of the Arizona Daily Wildcat wrote a great piece about student involvement and highlighted the Best Buddies program in a recent article. Read all about it here