Your Student Government

The Associated Students of The University of Arizona is a representative organization led by University of Arizona students. Our mission is to serve, engage and empower the student body through advocacy and the provision of programs and resources.

Club Recognition/Operations for 2021-2022

Already recognized for 2020-2021? Your recognition and fee payment will be extended through April 2022! Update your officers on CampusGroups. Visit on how to update your officer list.

Haven't applied for recognition? Do these steps in this order:

Want to host an in-person event? Interested in tabling on the Mall? See the in-person limits at Any club that wants to host an in-person event or table on the Mall must be recognized by ASUA.

Coronavirus COVID-19

Visit the University of Arizona's central location for updates and guidance [HERE]
Read ASUA's statement on Coronavirus COVID-19 [HERE]

Programming Schedule & Resources [HERE]

Visit the Campus Pantry website for updated hours and Basic Needs Website for local resources.

Club recognition is available at

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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