What is ASA?
The Mission of ASA is to create a campus environment where undergraduate students are empowered to become part of their academic and social communities by developing the necessary knowledge, skills and leadership.
Our vision is to significantly increase the number of students graduating with Baccalaureate degrees and well-developed plans for their future from the University of Arizona.
ASA is part of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management and Academic Initiatives and Student Success. ASA serves to engage students through a series of programs and services designed to assist in their academic success and retention at the University of Arizona. The programs and services include but are not limited to:
- Arizona Assurance Scholars Program
- Arizona Mentors
- ASA Peer Mentoring
- Early Alert & Outreach
- First Cats
- Cultural Learning Communities
- Academic Recovery & Pathway to Academic Student Success (PASS)
- Wildcat Academy
- Wildcat Connections
The Office of Academic Success & Achievement provides valuable support programs that further the University of Arizona’s efforts to recruit, educate, and retain outstanding students. Our professional and student staff members strive to create an inclusive environment in which students aspire to reach their potential as students and as members of our community.