Crisis during business hours: Are you a student or concerned about a student? You can call Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS) at 520-621-9202 to consult with a counselor on duty or use our remote triage service.
Crisis after business hours: Call (520) 621-3334 and press 1 to speak to a licensed mental health provider.
Be sure to visit our Crisis Resources and Hotlines page for information on identifying a crisis, talking to someone in a crisis, and accessing crisis resources.
Campus Support Resources
- Bias Education & Support Team (BEST): helps students who may experience bias that makes them feel unsafe or unwelcome
- Campus Accessibility: helps identify barriers to access and implements reasonable accommodations when necessary
- Campus Health: quality medical and mental health services no matter where you are.
- Campus Pantry: helping to alleviate hunger in the UA Wildcat community by providing food assistance to those in need.
- Career Services: support services to plan internships, engage with potential employers, and apply for jobs.
- Childcare: Choice: awards $2,000 childcare subsidy per fiscal year to qualified students
- Childcare: Sick & Back-up: supports students when there is an unexpected interruption in their regularly scheduled childcare
- Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS): matches students with the right mental health support when they need it
- Wildcats RISE: a free peer to peer support program for “talking it out” and managing stress
- Coping with COVID in Real Time through CAPS
- Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (ED&I): works to increase diversity in the health sciences to promote health for all people in Arizona and beyond.
Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid (OFSA): Supports students with questions about financial aid & scholarships.
- Pronouns: Students may choose to identify themselves using a preferred first name and may designate pronouns they use to identify themselves.
Scholarship Universe: A comprehensive database of scholarships, including Nursing, available to students.
- Student Success & Retention Innovation (SSRI): offers a central place to answer student questions and provide support
- African American Student Affairs: facilitates a support system that helps students achieve academic excellence and an enriching African American cultural experience at UA.
- Asian Pacific American Student Affairs: promotes student’s success, offers a sense of community, provides advising and tutoring, student success programs, and events for Asian Pacific American students.
- Chicano/Hispanic Student Affairs: supports students to achieve academic and personal excellence by shaping a safe and inclusive campus environment through culturally affirming programs and events.
- International Student Services: is committed to students educational, personal and professional success – from application through graduation and beyond.
- LGBTQ Affairs: provides a safe space for LGBTQ+ students, training programs, events, and support.
- Native American Student Affairs: provides culturally sensitive academic counseling and support services to American Indian/Alaskan Native students enabling them to achieve academic excellence.
- Title IX: need assistance or support, or would like to submit a report of discrimination and/or harassment.
- Cultural and Resource Center Guide
CON Student Organizations
The University of Arizona College of Nursing sponsors three student organizations for different populations of students. Students are strongly encouraged to participate and maintain involvement in one of the following student organizations to build leadership skills, network, serve their community and experience professional development activities.
Professional Achievements In Nursing (PAIN)
PAIN is the University of Arizona's pre-nursing club, and focuses on social welfare, health care, philanthropic activities and the education of students about professional opportunities in nursing and health care.ASUA Website Facebook Group
Students Nurses of the University of Arizona (SNUA)
SNUA is a student organization for Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students dedicated to the professional development of future nurses through philanthropy, networking and service.ASUA Website Facebook Page SNUA Website
MEPN Student Organization (MSO)
MSO is a student organization for Master’s Entry to the Profession of Nursing (MEPN) students focused on philanthropy, skills enhancement, and professional and career development for future nurses. MSO has a chapter in Tucson and Phoenix.ASUA Website - Tucson ASUA Website - Phoenix
- Getting Involved at the University of Arizona
- Student Organizations at the University of Arizona
- Student Organizations Search
- Student Organization Resources(policies, marketing, banking, events, scheduling, etc.)
Note: Recognized student organizations and the activities of their members are not covered by liability insurance through the university unless they are working in an official volunteer capacity under the university’s direction and control. Students should evaluate their need for personal liability insurance before participating in community service activities.
Office of Student & Academic Affairs
College of Nursing, Room 112
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Phone: 520-626-3808 or 1-800-288-6158