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The University of Arizona has enrolled its largest, most diverse and most academically prepared incoming class in history, with approximately 8,900 first-year students starting classes this fall.
Future University of Arizona Health Sciences students will have new health care career opportunities thanks to the Arizona Board of Regents' approval of three new degree programs.
On Wednesday, the campus community celebrated the grand opening of the Student Success District, a new, nine-acre span of four buildings packed with services and programs focused on helping students thrive.
The school's enrollment jumped 42% this year, and student films completed during the COVID-19 pandemic earned more than 30 invitations from film festivals.
UArizona space sciences stood out in U.S. News & World Report's 2022 Best Global Universities rankings, finishing No. 2 among public U.S. universities and No. 10 in the world.
The university is among 35 Hispanic-Serving Institutions to receive the new designation, which recognizes HSIs that are highly engaged with the Fulbright international educational exchange program.
The project promises a new look, new life and a new neighbor for "Old Chem," plus the expansion of collaborative learning spaces on campus.
The more than 8,700 first-year students who started classes on Monday set a university record for first-year student enrollment, according to preliminary data. The newest class is also very diverse and academically prepared.
The gift will fund training for practitioners of Indigenous healing traditions and those working in underserved communities.
UArizona is tied for No. 268 globally, No. 56 in the United States and No. 67 in North America in the 2022 QS World University Rankings, released Tuesday.