Campus Involvement


Student studying and collaborating in one of the glasswalled study rooms in the UArizona Main Library.
Paul O'Mara

Do you want to get involved on campus?

Check out the below campus related opportunities.

AREC Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI)

Join AREC DEI to participate, plan and contribute to the Department's mission for diversity, equity and inclusion.  

Cultural & Resource Centers, UArizona

"At the University of Arizona, there are so many ways to get involved, celebrate diversity and meet new people. Learn more about our identity centers and resources."

UArizona Cultural & Resource Centers

Agricultural & Resource Economics (AREC) Club for graduate & undergraduate students

AREC Club is an organization dedicated to helping undergraduate and graduate students of any discipline engage in educational and professional opportunities relating to Agricultural/Resource Economics. We strive to equip ourselves with the right tools to navigate a profit-maximizing world without endangering our earth.  Contact Club faculty adviser Dr. Anna Josephson for more information.  All Club e-board positions are available, now searching for e-board representatives and active members.

CALES Graduate Student Council

The primary reasons to serve as a representative are to build your professional development skills and to make CALES the most sought-after place to complete a graduate degree.  To join CALES Graduate Student Council, email Dr. Kirsten Limesand to request more information.  Benefits to serving as a representative might include building the following skills:

  • Leadership- collecting input from your program colleagues and designing strategies that would benefit graduate students across CALES
  • Agency- implement creative ideas to build social connections across CALES
  • Strategic communication- communicating with administrative leaders in CALES and bringing the information back to your program colleagues
  • Intercultural fluency- collaborating with diverse representatives across the diverse disciplines of CALES to better understand the value they all bring to the decision-making process.


The mission of the Graduate & Professional Student Council (GPSC) is clear:

  • To promote the academic, economic, and social aims of the graduate and professional students of the University of Arizona.
  • To establish effective communication among graduate students and professional students.
  • To facilitate communication within the University and with other organizations

Graduate & Professional Student Council (GPSC)