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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (1/19)
777 14 %
Total (8/4)
127,198 3,646 %
Includes tests since August 4, 2020
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated January 19, 2021

Here's what the Student Union will look like in the fall

A lot of changes are being made at the University of Arizona campus due to COVID-19. One place to expect a few changes is the Student Union.  The Arizona Student Unions will be bringing back a portion of their student workers to assist the Student Unions Staff in areas needed. These areas include the Production Kitchen, Catering, Administration, Restaurants, and Marketing. “We’re planning around 60-80% former capacity,” stated Todd Millay, Senior Director for the Arizona Student Unions. Read more

UA Confucius Institute closes

The Confucius Institute at the University Arizona closed on July 31. The institute was dedicated and established in May 2008. CIUA was a joint partnership between the UA and Hanban, a public institution affiliated with the Chinese Ministry of Education and more commonly referred to as Confucius Institute Headquarters, to establish a center that would provide cultural resources, experiences, and administer the Chinese Proficiency Test to students of China and the Chinese Language. Read more

USPS office at UA student union closes

The USPS office at the University of Arizona Student Union closed on Aug. 1. Officials from UA Student Unions said that they were forced to close the office because Student Unions no longer has the means to support it.   Read more

Resource Guide: A look at student government on the UA campus

If you’re new to campus and looking for a place to voice your opinions or concerns, there is no better place to find involvement than the Associated Students of the University of Arizona.  ASUA is the backbone of the student body on campus that amplifies student voices and provides programs and events for the Wildcat student community.  Read more