COVID-19 Updates and Information:

Arizona is preparing to resume in-person classes for the fall semester, which begins August 24th.  Our intention is to provide students with a positive on-campus experience while abiding by all local, state and federal protocols.  Classes will be conducted with social distancing guidelines in mind and may include hybrid (online + in-person) offerings to reduce the size of larger classes.  The University of  Arizona is leading a statewide COVID-19 antibody testing effort following a Test, Trace and Treat approach in partnership with the state of AZ.  Arizona will not be raising tuition or mandatory fees for the 2020-21 academic year.  These rates are assured for four straight years under the university’s Guaranteed Tuition Plan.  The Office of Financial Aid is still available for support and has compiled a list of frequently asked questions.


Family/Student Agreement

As your student embarks on the college experience, the transition that takes place between parent/family and student can be challenging to navigate.  The Family/Student agreement provides the groundwork for a conversation on expectations, between you and your student.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Officials at the University of Arizona are working closely with the AZ Department of Health Services and Pima County Health Department in continuing to monitor the situation closely. 


Campus Health Coronavirus Alerts

Marshall Foundation

The Marshall Foundation has been serving the Tucson community since 1930, when Louise Marshall and her husband Thomas Created the first private foundation in Arizona.  The Marshall Foundation is a proud supporter and Title Sponsor of the UA Parent & Family Programs.

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