During Phase 1 of campus re-entry:
All clubs/organizations are to meet virtually.
During Phase 2 of campus re-entry:
ASUA-recognized student organizations and ASUA programs/services can meet in person ONLY in the Student Union Memorial Center.
- Tabling on the UA Mall will NOT be allowed at this time.
- All new recognition requirements and steps for approval are on the Student Organization Handbook.
- Meetings in the SUMC are limited to stated room capacity and students must adhere to University mitigation procedures.
- Clubs will be required to use CampusGroups' Events portal to promote their event AND use its attendance function to keep track of attendees. Instructions on how recognized groups can promote events are located here, and steps to track attendance are available at this link.
- Meetings are limited to enrolled UArizona students, faculty/staff advisors, and DCCs. No off-campus persons or organizations can hold meetings or events, nor can clubs secure spaces for off-campus entities to hold meetings or any other activities.
- Meetings or events that have 11-50 people must go through the University's event exemption process and complete an event exemption application. Applications must be submitted at least 14 days before the event and will be reviewed. These larger events/meetings MUST take place in the Student Union Memorial Center.
- If an ASUA-recognized student organization is unable to meet in SUMC due to the unique nature of their club activities, please contact the Event Exceptions Committee at EventExceptions@email.arizona.edu(link sends e-mail) to discuss your meeting request in more detail.
These procedures are subject to change on short notice.
ASUA Senate meetings are accessible via Zoom [HERE] Wednesdays at 6pm.
Club recognition is available at arizona.campusgroups.com.
SafeRide is expected to start limited service on September 2. Face coverings required for all riders
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA) is the student government on the University of Arizona campus that is comprised of students who are willing to go above and beyond and serve their school and peers. Through programs, policies, events and making sure the student voice is heard, ASUA is here to make sure that students are able to engage themselves in the University of Arizona and make their college years the most memorable yet. Our aim is to make sure that every single one of our peers is able to engage with the university through a wide spectrum of involvement opportunities which include everything from politics to event planning to changing campus for the better.
Student Legal Services
The office of Student Legal Services is currently closed. Should you need immediate legal assistance utilize the Pima County Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Program for University of Arizona Students by contacting Pima County Bar Association at (520) 623-4625 or utilize Southern Arizona Legal Aid’s services by calling (520) 623-9465.
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