Resources

There are a variety of services, offices and organizations on campus that can help you be
successful at The University of Arizona. This page is designed to help connect you with some tools that can assist you.

Career Services
Campus employment services to help students find jobs on or off campus. Career-planning workshops, counseling, planning tools, resource library and tips on resume-writing and interviewing.

Financial Aid and Scholarships
Through grants, loans, scholarships and work study programs, the office connects students and prospective students to financial solutions and resources.

AAFSAA Scholarships and Grants
The Asian American Faculty, Staff and Alumni Association (AAFSAA) was established in 1989 at the University of Arizona to support and recognize the achievements and interests of Asian American faculty, staff, alumni, and students. AAFSAA annually provides scholarship opportunities for enrolled Asian and Pacific American students at the University of Arizona.

Student Jobs
A section of Career Services' website, this webpage provides you with a variety of tools that can help you find employment as a student.

University of Arizona Links

African American Student Affairs

Chicano/Hispano Student Affairs

Native American Student Affairs

Asian American Faculty, Staff, and Alumni Association (AAFSAA)
The Asian American Faculty, Staff and Alumni Association (AAFSAA) was established in 1989 at the University of Arizona to support and recognize the achievements and interests of Asian American faculty, staff, alumni, and students. AAFSAA annually provides scholarship opportunities for enrolled Asian and Pacific American students at the University of Arizona.

CLAS (Colleges of Letters, Arts and Science)
The Colleges of Letters, Arts, and Science (CLAS) is the center of Multidisciplinary teaching and learning at the University of Arizona. It is a collaborative effort of four colleges: Fine Arts, Humanities, Science, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Students seeking to explore multidisciplinary, global, and pre-professional educational opportunities at the University of Arizona will find the perfect home in CLAS, which provides cutting-edge undergraduate degrees as well as a range of advising services.

Dean of Students

Disability Resource Center (DRC)
The UA and the DRC are committed to assuring equal access in all aspects of the college experience, from academics to recreation to job opportunities.

Faculty Fellows Program
A creative program that brings students and faculty together by placing about 30 specially selected faculty members in areas where students interact and live: residence halls, cultural resource centers, Greek houses and athletics.

LGBTQ Affairs
Works to build, sustain and strengthen a safe, inclusive, and open environment for faculty, staff, appointed professionals, students, alumni, parents, and guests of all gender identities and sexual orientations.

Minority Access to Research Careers Program (MARC)
A unique research, mentoring, financial and academic opportunity for underrepresented minority students who have interest and potential to pursue careers in biomedical research that provides training and financial support for the last two years of enrollment at the University of Arizona.

Student Transitions
 A robust area of programs and services designed to facilitate the retention and graduation of students through specific interventions.

Women Resource Center
A nondiscriminatory organization devoted to providing resources, information, and programming to the University of Arizona community.

UAPD