We know that you worked hard to get to this point. That’s why we want to help you make the most of your time as a Wildcat. Your academic advisor is the expert on all things Arizona. Advisors can help you navigate the pathways of policies, processes, strategic scheduling, changing or adding a major or minor, and more. From your first semester to graduation, your advisor will be with you every step of the way.
Advising Resource Center (ARC)
The Advising Resource Center, or the ARC, is your one-stop shop for general advising information. Not sure who your advisor is or how and when to link up with them? Find contact information for all university advisors in the “Find My Advisor” directory, where you can look up your advisor by major or college. Confused about what other academic support services exist on campus? A quick trip to the ARC website can get you going in the right direction. All students have at least one advisor for each major. Thinking of adding another major or minor, or thinking of changing your major? Consult the ARC advisor directory and schedule an appointment with the advisor in the new major in which you are interested.
The SALT Center is a fee-based academic support program that provides a comprehensive range of services to University of Arizona students with learning and attention challenges. The SALT Center provides individualized educational planning, learning strategies, tutoring and educational technology to help students achieve success in an academically rigorous environment. Use the SALT Center to maximize your success at Arizona.
With multiple locations across campus and online, THINK TANK offers free drop-in tutoring for math, science, business, academic skills, Spanish and French. THINK TANK is also home to the Writing Center, which offers free support for any type of writing. Private tutoring and other fee-based services are available to meet your individual academic needs. We’re here to support your academic success at the University of Arizona!