The Asian Pacific American Student Affairs is closed until further notice. Staff are working remotely and available to assist students, please reach out directly for any assistance. Please see our calendar for updates about events and programs moved online. For student resources and support during the COVID-19 outbreak, please visit the SSRI Resources page or the UArizona COVID-19 page.
The Asian Pacific American Student Affairs (APASA) along with the Office of Multicultural Engagement (OME) stands in solidarity with Asian and Asian American communities including UA students, staff, and faculty against any form of racism and discrimination related to COVID-19.
If you are affected by related incidents or would like to process, feel free to contact APASA Director, Kenny Importante at firstname.lastname@example.org or OME staff at email@example.com.
A resource center that 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.
An inclusive on-campus resource center which strives to create change on campus in response to sexism and misogyny, doing social justice work at the intersection of many identities such as sex, gender identity, gender expression, race, class, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and ability.
Helps recruit & retain immigrant students at the University of Arizona by providing academic, career, scholarship, & social support to currently enrolled immigrant students, including students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) work permits, undocumented students, & students with mixed-immigration status families.
An organization run by veterans, for veterans, who through their shared experiences endeavor to maintain a dynamic and effective program which is responsive to the needs of the student veteran community.
Services are provided to students who are transferring (or considering transferring) to the University of Arizona. Helps to facilitate university transition by connecting students to support services on campus, as well as offering a variety of academic and social programming in the Center.
Provides a focus on retention and success of underrepresented students with expanding contributions to all undergraduates. It is a dynamic area in which collaboration between existing programs and new innovative student experiences are built to promote cultural change on the UA campus
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.
Offers every student a wide array of opportunities to enjoy the collegiate experience, to be involved in campus life, and to learn more about becoming a leader.
Campus employment services to help students find internships, and jobs on, or off campus. Career-planning workshops, counseling, planning tools, resource library and tips on resume-writing and interviewing.
Committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at the UA by providing quality medical and mental health care, outstanding health education, while assisting the institution in health-related policy development
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.
The Office of the Ombuds is an expert resource for effective communication, collaboration, and conflict transformation. We provide all university constituents (students, employees, and others) with options other than formal grievance procedures to resolve disputes and address a variety of issues, questions, and concerns. Are you unsure how to handle a complex, tense, or unideal situation with a faculty member, supervisor, peer, or campus service provider? Are you interested in responding to a situation in the most effective way possible? Do you have a situation that has gotten out of hand? We invite you to contact us to help you move forward in a constructive manner, no matter how small, large, or messy your situation may be. As a confidential, informal, independent, and impartial office, we are a great place to start – if we aren’t able to assist you directly with your situation, we can connect you to other helpful resources.