Graduate Student Resources

The University of Arizona’s graduate programs demonstrate exceptional diversity. In fact, our graduate student enrollment is the most diverse among all public institutions belonging to the Association of American Universities. In addition:

  • The UA is ranked No. 1 in the number of PhDs awarded to Native American students and No. 9 in the number of PhDs awarded to Hispanic students.
  • 10 of our graduate programs are ranked in the top 10 nationally.
  • 24 percent of UA graduate students are students of color.

The UA also features a nationally recognized Disability Resource Center and one of the top ranked adaptive athletic programs in the nation. Here, you can find helpful resources to help you succeed as a graduate student at the UA.

Graduate Center Resources
Find many campus-wide resources, including those for professional development, mentoring and funding, in one place.

Graduate Diversity Programs
Prospective graduate students can access information on research opportunities, workshops and funding sources.

Office for Fellowships and Community Engagement (OFCE)
The OFCE helps graduate students search and apply for funding opportunities outside of the UA.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium (UROC) — PREP Program
This year-round undergraduate research and mentoring program is for students who come from backgrounds underrepresented in graduate education and are interested in pursuing a research-oriented graduate degree.

Find a comprehensive listing of UA academic programs and support centers.