New Employee Orientation Programs
Welcome aboard. Now an orientation partnership begins between you and the University to help you enjoy a successful and satisfying work/life experience.
An effective orientation should be ongoing and not limited to the first few weeks of work. As a new employee, you are wise to work closely with your supervisor and other colleagues in your unit or department to ensure that you have all the information and resources you need to feel comfortable and prepared.
- Arizona Public Service Orientation
- University of Arizona Welcome & Benefits Orientation
- New Faculty Orientation
- Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training (All Employees)
Arizona Public Service Orientation
Arizona state law requires that all state employees receive a public service orientation that covers policies and laws relating to the proper conduct of business for a public employee. At the conclusion of the orientation, be sure to view and print your certificate of completion.
The Arizona Public Service Orientation is offered online.
Welcome & Benefits Orientation
To help protect the health and safety of all students, faculty, and staff, all Welcome and Benefits Orientation sessions will be conducted online until further notice. Please enroll for a session below and you will be sent a Zoom link.
Human Resources continues to offer full services and support. For questions, please call 520-621-3660, or email email@example.com. If you call, please leave a voicemail with your name and number and we will connect back with you soon.
Date - Employee location
May 13 - Main Campus (Zoom)
June 1 - UAHS (Phoenix)
June 3 - Main Campus (Zoom)
June 17 - Main Campus (Zoom)
July 1 - Main Campus (Zoom)
New Faculty Orientation
UA prides itself on being a student-centered research university that is one of the most broadly accessible major research universities in the country. Each year the Faculty Affairs Office holds a New Faculty Orientation for new tenure track faculty. You will learn about the campus and students by speaking with colleagues and leaders about upcoming initiatives and campus resources. Contact Asya Roberts at 520-626-0202 if you do not receive an invitation.
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training (All Employees)
As members of the University of Arizona community, we share in the responsibility of creating and supporting an environment free of harassment and discrimination. In support of our commitment to this goal, the University offers and requires all employees to take one of the two trainings offered through the Office of Institutional Equity: