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Accessibility a Priority in UA's Deferred Maintenance Spending Plan

Over the next 10 years, the University of Arizona plans to devote over $1 billion to its deferred maintenance spending plan. Critically, allocating funds to make the UA more accessible for all students will be a big part of the spending plan. The goal, according to the University's Disability Resource Center, is to create a more inclusive environment for all Wildcats.

Kelly Dorney of the Arizona Daily Wildcat has full coverage of the story. Read all about it...

New Campus Rec Locker Rooms Personify Best of Inclusiveness, Diversity

This summer, Campus Recreation at the University of Arizona broke ground on a locker room renovation project with the goal of creating the most inclusive and welcoming space for its students and community. This Thursday, Campus Recreation, one of the top ranked recreation center in the nation, is set to unveil the new addition. We caught up with Michele Schwitzky, Interim Director of Campus Recreation, to get her thoughts on the completed project and...

Engaged Students See Big Success in Job Markets

The University of Arizona's student engagement opportunities are paying off in a big way for its student participants. According to recent findings from Assessment and Research's Data Byte series, survey respondents among Spring 2017 bachelor degree recipients who used UA’s career preparation services and earned an Engagement notation...

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