The University of Arizona


New Year, New Degree Programs for UA Students

The University of Arizona is kicking off the new year with new degrees programs and career opportunities for students.

For the Spring 2018 semester, Wildcats will have access to several new undergraduate minors, including Sports Nutrition, Korean Culture, Korean Language, and Critical Languages.

These programs were created to meet student interest and expand career opportunities.

Efforts such as this, along with the UA’s innovative model of career readiness have helped...

UA Recognized by NSF for HSI Conference

Recently, the University of Arizona was recognized by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for its efforts to improve science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education for Hispanic students. In 2017, the UA became one of only four institutions chosen by the NSF to host a conference to imagine the future of STEM education on college campuses among Hispanics. 

At the conference, the UA held a 3-day workshop to focus on the regional challenges and opportunities of Hispanic-...

UA Projects Increases in Online Enrollment, College Access

By 2024, the University of Arizona is estimated to more than triple its online enrollment, according to projections from UA President, Robert C. Robbins.

Since its debut in the Fall of 2015, UA Online has seen tremendous year-to-year growth. In 2017, more than 3,600 students enrolled in UA Online.

A big part of this success can be attributed to the more flexible education that is provided by UA Online. Through the online platform, students can transfer between the online campus...