At the University of Arizona, you will find a wealth of student resources to help you succeed during your academic journey. From tutoring to career advice to wellness and mental health, the university community has a built-in network of student services to support you as you navigate this exciting, and sometimes challenging, time in your life.

Ask Your Advisor About Student Services

In the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, our staff and faculty are invested in your success. Your academic advisor is here to help you find, and take advantage, of all the student services available to you. From choosing your first classes at the University of Arizona to applying for graduation, your academic advisor will be you ally and your advocate, helping you to find experiences that will help you grow and discover your unique path.

Get to Know Your Student Resources

Explore the pages below to learn more about the student resources available to you through the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics as well as the student services available through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Advising

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Academic advisors provide support, information, class planning, policy review, referrals to campus resources and overall guidance throughout a student's academic career. Visit with an academic advisor to learn more about our majors, minors, graduate programs and more.

Connect with your advisor

Career Preparation

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Get career guidance and tips from both the CALS Career Center and the Student Engagement and Career Development office. We offer resume and cover letter reviews, workshops, mock interviews, and more.

Learn about career preparation resources

Course Offerings

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See our department's list of courses.

View course list

Internships

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Students are encouraged to complete at least one internship for career experience and/or to earn college elective credit. 

Learn how to find jobs and internships

Research Opportunities

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Undergraduate students may earn research independent study credits within our department. Eligible students may be contacted by a faculty member directly, or may also ask faculty about opportunities related to their specific undergraduate research needs.

Learn about research opportunities

Scholarships & Financial Support

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Find out how to apply for scholarships using Scholarship Universe. Build your profile now so that you are prepared to apply for new scholarships each academic year.

Learn more about scholarships and financial aid

Are You a Current Student? Connect with an Advisor.

Danielle Buhrow, undergraduate senior academic advisor and graduate program coordinator for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, is here to help! Schedule an appointment in Trellis Advise or send an email with your questions.