The University of Arizona

University of Arizona Calls for More Inclusion of Hispanic Students

In the midst of its recent designation as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, the University of Arizona is continuing to call for the inclusion and support of Hispanic and diverse populations of students.

In a recent event hosted by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Robert C. Robbins, president of the UA, talked about how important Hispanic students are to the university and state.

According to Robbins, university-wide efforts to continue to support Hispanic students will include the creation of fundraising opportunities through the President’s Develop Fund to protect the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) community.

To learn more about how the UA supports Hispanic and diverse populations of students, read the full article on Inside Tucson Business.