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The University of Arizona improved its position in the annual rankings, marking the third time since May the university has posted significant gains in national higher education institution standings.
By partnering with TEP for the purchase of solar and wind power, the UA will offset all of its scope two greenhouse gas emissions with green energy by December 2020.
A study commissioned by the Arizona Board of Regents pegs the UA’s economic impact at more than $4 billion and says the university supports thousands of Arizona jobs.
An increase in graduation rates, alongside a decrease in the net price of a degree, catapulted the University of Arizona up Money Magazine's Best Colleges for your Money list.
UA President Robert C. Robbins expressed support for the University Climate Change Coalition's Research for Policy Platform, which equips member universities to research urgent climate change policy issues and provide recommendations for just and equitable outcomes.
The UA made the magazine's inaugural list of America's Best-in-State Employers 2019, placing No. 11 out of 72 employers in Arizona and No. 1 in the education subcategory.