The road to receiving a college education looks different for everyone, but campus involvement outside the classroom has been shown to improve academic success and general satisfaction with the academic experience.
Campus involvement takes place in many ways:
- Living on campus
- Extra-curricular activities
- Faculty/Student interaction
- Part-time campus jobs
- Friendship support
The University of Arizona has several departments, resources and campus activities available to students to help you get “connected” to the university.
UA Resources to check out include:
Dean of Students - Getting Involved (includes Cultural Centers, LGBTQ Affairs, Women’s Resource Center, VETS, Fraternity & Sorority Programs, Graduate and Professional Student Council)
ASUA – Clubs and Organizations
Center for Student Involvement & Leadership (CSIL)
Career Services/Student Employment
UA Extra-Curricular Activities: a good place to start
Athletics and Recreation
Game Room (located in the Cellar at the Student Union)
Park Student Union
UA Arts and Performances
UA Clubs and Events Calendar
However you choose to get involved, there is most likely an organization or opportunity in existence to suit your needs!