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Campus Health Service: UA students, UA employees, and UA affiliates are eligible for services at the Campus Health Service.

Campus Recreation: UA employees, students, affiliates, alumni, retirees, and their household members can purchase memberships to the Campus Recreation center.

Campus Safety and Security Report: UAPD publishes an annual report that covers crime statistics for campus and UA-controlled property for the previous three years. Find the link to this year's report off the UAPD home page.

Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act: This notice is posted in compliance with federal requirements pursuant to the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act. Any person desiring information regarding the location or status of registered sex offenders in the State of Arizona, including Pima County, is directed to http://www.azdps.gov/services/sex_offender/. This website was established by the State of Arizona to provide such information to the residents of Arizona. The website is updated by the Arizona Department of Public Safety, and contains the most current information regarding registered sex offenders.

CatCard Office: The CatCard is the official University of Arizona identification card.

Commission on the Status of WomenThe Commission on the Status of Women strengthens the University of Arizona by advocating an inclusive and just campus community. We do so by working to overcome impediments to the full participation and achievement of women and other underrepresented groups. We develop and propose solutions to problems and promote the values of fairness and diversity, in the hope of achieving a just community that respects and supports the professional and personal aspirations of all of its members.

Disability Resource Center (DRC) leads the campus in the creation of inclusive learning and working environments and facilitates access through innovative services, programs, and partnerships. If individuals encounter academic, employment, physical, technology, or other barriers on campus, Disability Resources’ staff is available to partner to find good solutions or to implement reasonable accommodations. DRC also sponsors the largest and most successful Adaptive Athletics program in the country.

General Faculty Standing Committees: The General Faculty Standing Committees are permanent committees established by the Constitution and defined in the Bylaws of the Faculty Senate. There are currently ten (10) Faculty Senate Standing Committees. These committees specialize in particular areas and carry out much of the day-to-day work of the Faculty Senate. 

  • Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure (CAFT) shall have jurisdiction to make inquiry in (1) matters involving contractual agreements between members of the General Faculty and the University/Board of Regents; and (2) internal matters relating to grievances against or by any member of the General Faculty. Protection of academic freedom and tenure is a principal obligation of CAFT. Tenured or continuing members of the General Faculty other than deans of any rank may run for CAFT.

Institute for LGBT Studies The UA Institute for LGBT Studies promotes LGBTQ research, curricula, and public programming

Life & Work Connections provides services to support UA employees with work-life balance, child care, elder care, employee assistance, and employee wellness.

Oasis Program: The Oasis Program was established to provide a variety of services to UA students, staff, and faculty of all genders who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.

Office of Institutional Equity (OIE): Anyone who experiences or is aware of discriminatory conduct, including sexual harassment, is urged to report the matter immediately to OIE for appropriate response.

Office of Instruction and Assessment: OIA works with instructors to develop all aspects of the instructional process, including exploring and applying learning-centered teaching practices, selecting appropriate technologies that enhance the instructional process, and developing effective assessment and evaluation strategies.

Ombuds Program at the University of Arizona is an informal, neutral, confidential and independent resource for any academic or workplace concern. Visiting an ombuds can help you to understand a University policy, access appropriate individuals or resolve conflicts with other members of the University community.

Parking & Transportation Services: PTS operates the CatTran shuttle; manages parking permits and on-campus parking; and provides a variety of bicycle, carpool, and other services.

Programs for Inclusive Excellence serves as a focal point for campus diversity efforts and collaborates with campus leadership to develop high-quality, high-impact strategies to advance diversity and inclusion at the University of Arizona, the leading research university in the Southwest. 

UAccess Employee self-service system provides you with access to your personal and employment information.

University Information Technology Services 24/7 tech support for campus or personal computers is available by phoning (520) 626-TECH or going to MLK 207.

University of Arizona Police Department: For emergencies dial 9-1-1. The non-emergency line is (520) 621-8273. Sign up for UAlert! to receive e-mails or text message alerts in campus emergency situations.

Workers' Compensation: Risk Management Services handles employee and non-employee injury reports and Workers’ Compensation procedures.