The University of Arizona


The Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management has created a format that will allow you to keep track of any news and updates pertaining to our office. Here you may read about organizational changes, accomplishments, emergency updates and much more.


UA to Host National Conference on STEM Education Among Hispanic Students

This November, the University of Arizona will become one of only four institutions selected by the National Science Foundation to imagine the future of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) on college campuses among Hispanics, who are America's fastest-growing population. 

In 2017, Congress enacted NSF funding in its Omnibus spending bill, recognizing a nationwide need to more deeply engage Hispanics in STEM. As a $100,000 host award recipient, the UA will invite thought...

Connecting Students to Opportunity

In an ongoing effort to produce the best student experience and link students to rewarding careers after graduation, three UA offices have combined to create a new unit. 

UA Student Engagement and Career Development unites Career Services, the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership Programs, under a singular mission - to ensure the UA prepares all graduates to create lives of opportunity aligned with their purpose and values. 


New UA Class Most Diverse in School History

The University of Arizona's new class is the most diverse in university history, with 46 percent coming from diverse backgrounds. The roughly 10,000 new student cohort has representation from all 50 states, and will join more than 30,000 other students on campus.

In addition to being the most diverse class, the 2017 cohort also boasts increases in academic quality and test scores.

According to enrollment data, academic performance of incoming freshmen from Arizona is at an all-...