Resources for the UArizona Community

Directory of resources for Fall 2020

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Information For

For information on what classes will look like in Fall 2020, visit the Return to Classrooms page.

Return to Classrooms page

Academic Information & Support

Additional Resources

Financial Support

We are grateful for the ongoing contributions from our Wildcat community, alumni and donors to the Arizona Student Emergency Fund and Campus Pantry. As of May 11, there have been over 1,700 undergraduate and graduate student applicants for the emergency fund and the Campus Pantry continues to serve students and employees.

And we are grateful for the relief the federally funded CARES Act is providing to institutions of higher learning. This includes $30.9 million for the University of Arizona, of which $15.4 million will be awarded for emergency financial aid grants to students for things like course materials, technology, food, housing, health care and child care costs as a result of the disruption caused by COVID-19.

We look forward to seeing our students again in the near future. Until then, use the resources provided to support your well-being, continue to stay safe and Bear Down!

For information on what classes will look like in Fall 2020, visit the Return to Classrooms page.

Return to Classrooms page


  • Virtual Resources to help students, families and high school counselors plan for college futures.

Frequently Asked Questions for Admissions

  • Please visit our updated FAQ pages for first-year, transfer and international students for answers on how COVID-19 will influence enrollment deadlines, financial aid and grades/official transcripts.

For a compete outline on how individuals will be asked to return to campus and guidelines for specific work situations, visit the Return to Workspaces page.

Return to Workspaces page


Experiential Learning Guidelines

Town Hall Q&As

President Robbins, Provost Folks and CFO Lisa Rulney are hosting virtual town hall forums with colleges and administrative units. A list of questions and answers is being updated regularly.

Faculty and staff are encouraged to work from home but are permitted to be on campus. 

University Operations



  • All in-person campus events have been canceled or postponed.

Research, Innovation & Impact is providing policy and planning information to manage research activities impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Here are research resources.