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University Of Arizona

Arizona (University Of)

University Of Arizona

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University Of Arizona

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Every year, thousands of students from more than 120 countries choose to earn their degrees at the University of Arizona’s main campus in Tucson. With more than 300 majors, they have the academics and faculty to help you connect what you are learning with your aspirations to make the world better. Coupled with outstanding tutoring, support, and engagement inside and outside the classroom, students will succeed no matter what their career plans are.

Tuscon, home of The University of Arizona, blends the beauty of its Sonoran Desert surroundings, with the excitement and amenities of a major city with live music, one-of-a-kind events and world-class museums. The city is located in Arizona, close to California, Mexico, and the Pacific Ocean. With an average of 350 sunny days annually, it’s a great place to enjoy biking and other outdoor adventures throughout the year.

Fast Facts:

  • 15:1 student to faculty ratio - U.S World News & Report 2022
  • #52 Best undergraduate engineering colleges – U.S World News & Report 2022
  • #46 Most innovative schools – U.S World News & Report 2022
  • #35 in research activity among U.S. Public Institutions, by the National Science Foundation 2020


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University Of Arizona offers 530 degree programs including

Take the first step toward unlocking your future. Arizona offers a multitude of majors and degree programs, considered some of the nation’s best. As a research institution, both undergraduate and graduate students get involved in research projects at UA. The university has a wide range of graduate programs, including the Eller College of Management, the James E. Rogers College of Law and a College of Medicine. The most popular majors at University of Arizona include: Business, Management, Marketing; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Health Professions; Social Sciences; and Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies.

Campus and Community


There's always something to do in Tuscan. With the average daily temperature set to 28 degrees Celsius, the sun is always shining, and the campus is alive with energy. Students have more than 600 clubs and organizations on campus to join. There is no shortage of opportunities to get involved with student life at the University of Arizona.  Whether you want to connect with fellow students around a common interest, build a professional network, or explore the world, you can translate your classroom knowledge into hands-on experiences to launch a career for life.

Tucson’s metropolitan area is over 1 million residents, giving students access to any services they might need.

Tucson, Arizona, is an energetic city brimming with rich culture. Tucson hosts events like the largest cycling event in the US, “El Tour de Tucson”, the Day of the Dead parade makes national headlines every year, and it is a foodie destination as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Local Attractions include Saguaro National Park, Mission San Xavier del Bac, and Arizona-Sonoro Desert Museum.

Student Life


The live of being an Arizona Wildcat entails feeling the warmth of bright sunshine, friendly people & community, and the tools and resources that enable students to be the best version of themselves.

The University of Arizona’s Global Center is the go-to resource for international students. Their International Student Services primary goal is to support all international students from arrival through graduation. Their team provides immigration guidance, academic advising and resources, tutoring, cultural connections and social events. Their passionate team hosts many events throughout the year and is one of the many places to call home within the campus.

Housing and Dining


The University of Arizona dormitories come in all shapes, sizes and locations spanning across 4 areas of campus (districts) - which means students have a lot of choices! With 4 districts and 23 unique dormitories, there's something to meet the needs of every student and desired lifestyle.

The University of Arizona dormitories are the place where students make instant connections to people, resources and opportunities. With their unique online roommate-matching system, students connect with potential roommates based on shared interests, class schedules, and other criteria.

Choose from over 30 places to eat on and around the university’s campus or have your meal delivered to you by a robot! There are markets, cafes, dining halls and additional restaurants located on the edge of campus for students to choose from. Options range from healthy fresh meals, classic sit-down dining, buffets, along with a host of grab and go options for students on the move. If you like international fare, the Global Center not only houses international student services, but also home  to a host of world cuisine options like Chinese, Mexican and even has a state-of-the-art on demand ramen making machine!

Sports Programs


Home to 16 division III varsity athletics teams, there are events to entertain all sports enthusiasts and give international students a taste of US college sports culture. The UMass Beacons participate in 10 NCAA distinct sports including soccer, basketball, and ice hockey. In addition, they have a wide variety of intramural sports teams open to all students for recreation. The department’s goal is to promote physical fitness, improve health, provide fun and enjoyment and foster the development of friendships and belonging.

Love being active? Students who enjoy physical activity will be happy to learn that the city of Tucson was ranked as #17 best city to live an active lifestyle by WalletHub in 2022.

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Student financing for the global citizens of tomorrow

Loans for International Students

Wellspring is pleased to partner with MPower Finance to make loans available to qualified international students participating in this program. Loans are available to students:

Loans are available to students:

  • Studying in the United States on a student visa
  • Who have two years left to complete their degree program.
  • Undergraduate students may seek loans to help pay for their last two years of study.
  • Master's Degree students may seek loans for their full course of study.


  • Loan amounts are from $2,000 to $50,000 in total ($1,000 to $25,000 per year)
  • Loans may be used to cover tuition and education-related expenses (e.g., housing, meal plans).
  • Please consult with MPower Finance with respect to the interest rate and repayment terms of your MPower Finance loan.

Please note that Wellspring does not provide or back the loans. Neither does Wellspring qualify students for the loans. Loans are issued and administered solely by MPower Finance.