Students from all over the country flock to the University of Arizona for the weather and the quintessential sporty, spirited college experience. With 34,000 undergraduates in 12 colleges, U of A really has something for everyone, including some stellar academic programs.
Arizona’s Eller College of Management is a highly-regarded public business school. Students may be admitted directly, but they may also apply in after completing their general education requirements. Undergraduate business students can choose from nine different concentrations.
- Priority registration
- Honors study abroad, research and internships
- Graduate level courses and library access
- Honors specific scholarships
- Honors residence halls
- Office of nationally competitive scholarships
The SALT (Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques) Center is well-known for helping students with learning challenges integrate into college life, and succeed in their academic work. Students must provide testing to show their learning issue, and are assigned to a learning specialist who meets with them weekly for private appointments to help them organize their time and manage their work. SALT has 35 full time professionals and 15 learning specialists who serve 650 students each semester. SALT is first-come, first-served, so if you think you would benefit from this (additional cost) service, you should apply soon after submitting your Arizona application. A 2-semester commitment is required.