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...

Arizona’s Innovative Solution to Scholarship Management

As every student knows, applying for scholarships can be a long, exhausting process. Between looking for external scholarships and determining eligibility requirements, students also have to determine which opportunities are legitimate.

The University of Arizona recognized this problem early on, and in response, created Scholarship Universe to streamline and solve the problem of scholarship management.

Since then,...

A Guide to Spring Fling and Admitted Student Day 2018

This Saturday is shaping up to be one of the most memorable days in University of Arizona history. In addition to holding its 45th Annual Spring Fling, the largest student-run carnival in the nation, Arizona will also host its first inaugural Admitted Student Day to give admitted students and their families a first-hand experience of Wildcat life.

More than 6,000 students and guests are estimated to attend Admitted Student Day, in addition to the thousands of thrill-seekers...