Support Centers for Faculty
At the University of Arizona, you will find a wealth of support and information on diversity issues — whether you want to join an advocacy organization or learn best practices for incorporating certain topics into your curriculum. Here is a sample of our diverse programs, centers and institutes.
ASUA Pride Alliance
This resource center is open to all students, faculty and staff, and provides a safe place to seek support.
College of Medicine Phoenix, Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The office is committed to promoting and supporting diversity and inclusion in its research, and clinical and educational missions.
College of Medicine Tucson, Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The office sponsors and advocates for policies, procedures, services and training to ensure diversity and inclusiveness are valued throughout the college.
Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
This organization advocates for a just, equitable and inclusive campus, and welcomes faculty and staff to apply for membership. CSW also offers workshops and funding opportunities.
Disability Resource Center
The DRC serves as a comprehensive resource for people with disabilities. Plus, instructors can find tools and resources for designing an accessible and inclusive curriculum.
International Faculty & Scholars
Visiting international professors and research scholars can find important information, including housing resources and necessary forms.
The Office of LGBTQ Affairs
Offering various programs, support groups and events, this office also includes the LGBTQ Resource Center.
Life and Work Connections (LWC)
LWC offers work/life support via resources on child care, elder care, employee assistance and employee wellness.
This program provides a variety of services to UA students, staff and faculty of all genders who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking.
Office of Institutional Equity
The office fosters equity and opportunity, strengthens relationships across diverse groups, and supports a campus culture of equality for all members of the university community.
Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW)
This regional research and resource institute offers numerous programs for women.
Veteran Education and Transition Services (VETS)
VETS is run by veterans, for veterans and is a comprehensive resource center that provides everything from health and wellness services to career services.
Women’s Resource Center
The Women’s Resource Center is an on-campus center that provides programming, education and resources to the entire UA community.