Welcome to The A Center

Academic Advising for Undeclared, Transitional, Pre-Health Professions, and Pre-Law students.

The A Center is available to support students during the COVID-19 situation

According to the Provost Message (7/24/2020 ), Staged Launch for In-Person Instruction for Fall 2020, "Student support beyond the classroom (advising, student aid counseling, career development, tutoring, supplemental instruction, cultural centers, etc.) will continue in a remote format until further notice." We are online and ready to meet with you!

Our advising services are available via phone and Zoom appointment options.  When scheduling an appointment with your advisor, please take note of the appointment type and how you will be connecting with your advisor for the meeting.

For any questions about appointments and availability, please call The A Center: 520-621-7763. 

Student Emergency Fund
If you need emergency financial support, you may qualify for the Arizona Student Emergency Fund.


Life Management Counseling (LMC) appointments are also available via phone or Zoom sessions. Please schedule via eSMS, or email mnr1@email.arizona.edu to set up an appointment.

Fall 2020 Course Information and Updates

University of Arizona Classroom Expectations Fall 2020

Do Your Part | University of Arizona

COVID-19 Resources:

University of Arizona COVID-19 Updates 

Pre-Health Professions Advising FAQs for COVID-19

Virtual Student Support Services at The University of Arizona

Coping with COVID-19 Stress

Counseling & Psych Services

Student Wellness & Retention Services 



We ADVISE students as they explore the institution, AFFIRM their educational goals, and ATTAIN a University of Arizona degree. 

Our work

  • Provide Major Exploration, Pre-Health Professions Advising, and Pre-Law Advising
  • Support students through academic major transition
  • Assist students in designing parallel pathways to degree completion
  • Offer student engagement and leadership opportunities

The University of Arizona sits on the original homelands of indigenous peoples who have stewarded this land since time immemorial. Aligning with the university’s core value of a diverse and inclusive community, it is an institutional responsibility to recognize and acknowledge the people, culture and history that make up the Wildcat community. At the institutional level, it is important to be proactive in broadening awareness throughout campus to ensure our students feel represented and valued.