This is your one stop center for all of the things you need to support your student. Please check this area often as new information will be added frequently.
Parent & Family Guide to College Success
The Parent & Family Guide to College Success is an online version of the presentation given by Parent & Family Programs staff during New Student Orientation. Feel free to download and view it at your leisure. If you have questions about the slides, e-mail email@example.com.
As your student embarks on the college experience, the transition that takes place between parent/family and student can be challenging to navigate. The Student/Family Agreement provides the groundwork for a conversation on expectations, both your expectations and your student's expectations.
The link below provides information that will demonstrate how a student can create a Guest Account in UAccess which gives access to Guest Center and how a guest, once granted access, can utilize that system.
Parents Matter is a free consultation service offered by CAPS (Counseling & Psychological Services), a component of Campus Health Service. Oftentimes, when students are in crisis or are feeling overwhelmed, they turn to their parents for help and advice. Parents may be able to offer reassurance, but are often at a loss as to where to seek further assistance. With this in mind, Parents Matter was created. Parents are a key factor in student success, both academically and personally. We are here to help you help them! Parents of U of A students are welcome to call us at 520-621-3334 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with their concerns.
As you send your son or daughter off to the University of Arizona, please know that their ultimate success and career satisfaction depend on a careful, systematic exploration of who they are, what they want to do and how they will get there.
The time for them to do this exploration is now.
Working together, we can help them achieve their career dreams.
The ARC is a virtual advising center linking students and parents to a wide array of academic and student services. The site is home to the only comprehensive academic advisor directory. Encourage your student to bookmark the site to learn about campus-wide events, opportunities, course announcements, and much more. Do you have a general advising question? Contact the ARC at email@example.com or (520) 626-8667. http://advising.arizona.edu
The UA BookStore is the the perfect on campus place to get all of your Wildcats necessities for school and showing their Wildcat Pride. With special events for students and families the bookstore has all of the school supplies and game day gear you will need. Learn more about how UA BookStore supports your student.
Often, the first person to notice that a student is having a problem is a friend. The Friend-2-Friend (F2F) website helps students notice, care and reach out to friends in need, as well as letting them know when professional help is warranted. F2F was developed by the UA Campus Health Service through a gift from the Edward and Jonathan Linden Endowment.
The Mission of the University of Arizona Police Department is to provide a secure atmosphere conducive to the education, research, employment and daily lifestyles of the University Community; deliver high-quality, efficient, professional, and consistent services to all University of Arizona students, faculty, staff, and visitors; and proactively build and strengthen community partnerships and engage the community through education and awareness to reduce crime.
The THINK TANK is the place to go for Math and Science tutoring, the Writing Center, Learning Specialists, Supplemental Instruction and so much more!
Setting a new standard of world-class academic support, the THINK TANK at the University of Arizona provides free and fee-based tutoring and academic support, as well as
individual and group learning environments to help UA students customize and take charge of their learning experience. For more information visit thinktank.arizona.edu.
The University of Arizona Parents & Visitor website has great information when visiting and keeping in touch with the UA. Includes links for parents and family members to learn about resources on campus.
The guide contains information and resources on UA policies, Staying Healthy, Academic Success, and Social Success. It was created to actively engage families and to further a family’s ability to encourage and guide their student.
The SexTalk: Answers to Your Questions about Sex and Relationships appears in the Arizona Daily Wildcat and is written by Lee Ann Hamilton, MA, CHES, David Salafsky, MPH, and Carrie Johnson, MEd, CHES, health educators at Campus Health.
The RedCup Q&A: Separating Alcohol Fact From Fiction appears in the Arizona Daily Wildcat and is written by Lynn Reyes, LCSW, LSAC, David Salafsky, MPH, Lee Ann Hamilton, MA, CHES, Spencer Gorin, RN, and Christiana Castillo, MPH in the Health Promotion department of Campus Health.
The University of Arizona Ombuds Program provides an informal means of problem resolution if you have a University-related concern, conflict, or dispute. An Ombuds is not empowered to change a decision, but through intervention or a clarification of matters, information may emerge to assist in the resolution of the problem. Call the Director of the Ombuds Program at (520) 626-5589 or call an Ombuds directly if you need help.