What you need to know
Over 42,517 applications were received through the Richard H. Tyler (RHTSEF) since May of 2020. To date $32 million dollars of CARES/HEERF and donor funds have been offered as emergency aid directly to students through the Richard H. Tyler Student Emergency Fund. The RHTSEF committee will now return to the original format distributing the funding provided through the Richard H. Tyler Endowment and funds offered by other generous donations. The application will be available to Fall 2022 enrolled students in the coming weeks.
We encourage students that continue to experience need to review their financial aid eligibility in Student Center. Many times, there are unaccepted loans available or even grant or scholarship funds that require additional action before they can disburse. If you have experienced extenuating circumstances that impact your ability to cover educational costs, you might also consider submitting an appeal. Scholarship Universe is another excellent tool to find additional sources of funding. The Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid offers live and recorded workshops with helpful information, including how to search for scholarships, complete the FAFSA process, and maximize financial resources. Contact OSFA directly if you have other questions about financial aid or the options available to help pay for school and living expenses.
In addition, the following resources remain available:
Campus Pantry: https://campuspantry.arizona.edu/
Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona: https://www.communityfoodbank.org/
Thrive Center: https://thrive.arizona.edu/
Student Assistance: https://deanofstudents.arizona.edu/support/student-assistance
Campus Health Counseling: https://caps.arizona.edu/
Arizona Basic Needs http://basicneeds.arizona.edu
Tucson residents https://www.tucsonaz.gov/hcd/rent-help (provides rental and utility assistance for late or upcoming payments for up to three months with the maximum funds available is $2500 per household)
Dean of Students Office Hours
Robert L. Nugent Building | Monday - Friday | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Do not come to campus if sick
- Wash hand frequently or use hand sanitizer
- Practice good hygiene and disinfect surfaces
- To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, face masks are recommended in all indoor spaces where it is not possible to adequately and continuously maintain social distance.
- The University is not requiring students, faculty, or staff to get vaccinated. However, the University strongly encourages vaccination to protect yourself and the community.
- Uploading your vaccine card will help the University track our progress towards campus immunity.
Congratulations to our 2022 Senior/Provost Awards Recipients
The Dean of Students Office congratulates this year’s Senior/Provost recipients. Bryce Galus, Anna-Rose Quinn, Lily McNair, My Duyen Tran, Nizan Howard, Trevor Tankersley, and Karen Jacquez