The Arizona Board of Regents is debating higher tuition rates for public universities.
Eileen Klein, the new president of the Arizona Board of Regents, intends to help the state universities become forces for Arizona's overall improvement during her three-year term.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s three public universities could soon create a new class of at-will employees, meaning staff in non-academic positions could be fired at any time.
You could say the Arizona Wildcats have essentially been warming up for four months now.
When Al La Rocque finished playing for Lute Olson at Long Beach City College in 1971, Olson did him a favor by asking a coaching friend at Cal Poly Pomona to offer La Rocque a scholarship.
The University of Arizona is showing off its new copper-covered Health Sciences Education Building in downtown Phoenix today.
Rex Mirich could tell football stories forever: about playing for Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders; about playing a college football game in Mexico City; or about his first season on the San Manuel High School varsity, which played 10 road games because the school hadn't yet built an athleti…
Educational attainment and university graduation rates will be
vital as Arizona presses toward a knowledge-based economy.
As I am asked to consider the future of higher education in
Arizona, I can easily fall back on the insight of the perennial
statesmen Barry Goldwater, who noted that frontier challenges will
always exist for Arizona. The same holds true for higher education,
its evolving frontier perpetually…
TEMPE - Arizona's universities are progressing with efforts to
tie state funding to performance, end disparities in funding
between universities, and make it easier for community college
students to transfer.
You have to scroll WAY down on the new Forbes list of
America's Top Colleges to find any Arizona universities.
Robert Shelton "has played a pivotal role in fostering
partnerships between higher education institutions in Arizona for
five years, and our state will benefit from his contributions for
years to come."
Pima Community College students who want to earn a bachelor's
degree from Northern Arizona University can now be jointly enrolled
at both schools.
A Q&A with the professor who is circulating a Gun Safety
Committee chair Kavanagh says more students should pay more
"What we need to be looking at is: How are we going to run a
university in the future with the state being a minority partner?
... We're going to have to think and act like a private
The University of Arizona has slipped off the list pretty