Frequently Asked Questions

ASUA (Associated Students of the University of Arizona) is a representative organization led by UA students dedicated to serve, engage, and empower the student body through advocacy and provision of programs and resources. 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. We strive to unite students under one strong voice. 


Telephone: (520) 621-ASUA (2782)

Or you can come in and visit us on the third floor of the Student Union Memorial Center (right above UA Bookstore) in

Builiding 19, Suite 325 W

Tucson, AZ 85721

ASUA is run by University of Arizona elected and appointed student leaders. 

In ASUA, there are so many areas and events to get involved in, so find your passion and become a part of something that gives back to the university! By being involved in ASUA, you will be able to develop valuable experiences in areas that interest you as well as make friends and help make the U of A a better environment for every wildcat. We pride ourselves on making experiences that impact the student body! We are always looking for new students to get involved in policy, event planning, and advocacy for your fellow wildcats. Applications are available on Handshake. If you have any questions about where to get started in ASUA, email the ASUA Administrative Vice President at

To be recognized, an organization MUST have at least 5 members who are enrolled students at the University of Arizona, have at least 3 officer positions, and an advisor who is both present on campus and is a full-time faculty or staff member at UA. Student organizations are also responsible for their own funding, including collecting dues, and managing their own bank accounts. 

Instructions to complete the recognition process can be found on our ASUA Clubs Website 

Recognition per fiscal year is open from August - April.

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.