Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
The Freedom Center is committed to pluralistic discussion of the philosophy of freedom, including interdisciplinary exchange regarding the social conditions of freedom. We aim to promote the understanding and appreciation of the ideals of freedom and responsibility, and their realization in institutional form along four dimensions: published research, undergraduate education, graduate education, and community outreach.
Government & Community Relations
Government and Community Relations, in the Office of the Secretary of the University, serves the interests of the University of Arizona with elected and appointed officials, government agencies and bodies, and their staffs. The division is comprised of Community, State, Tribal, and Federal Relations. We are committed to building strong relationships to advance the university and the State of Arizona.
James E. Rogers College of Law
Founded in 1915 as the first law school in Arizona, the James E. Rogers College of Law is a national leader in legal education, research and scholarship. The College of Law has an outstanding academic program to prepare lawyers for leadership and service throughout the state, the country and the world. Its core values — justice, professional integrity, public leadership and community service — impact all of its programs, activities and decisions.
National Institute for Civil Discourse
NICD works to build the nation's capacity to engage our differences with civility and respect so that we can effectively address the challenges before us. Our bold vision, compelling strategy, and high-profile board members combine to set NICD apart as a leader in this movement. In addition to inspiring and organizing everyday Americans, our strategy is designed to encourage elected leaders to put country ahead of partisanship.
Research, Innovation & Impact
RII is the service unit responsible for expanding the university's capacity for knowledge creation and discovery; integrating efforts by faculty, students, staff, and executive leaders to move inventions and technologies to the marketplace; increasing the university's connectivity with external collaborators; spearheading industry and public partnerships; and increasing total research funding.
UA Applied Research Corporation
The University of Arizona Applied Research Corporation (UA-ARC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit affiliated organization of the University of Arizona established to leverage UArizona’s research enterprise and longstanding strengths as Arizona’s public land-grant university. UA-ARC will extend UArizona’s focus on teaching and learning, research and discovery, and outreach and engagement in service to the state of Arizona, the nation, and the world community.
The UA Foundation, founded in 1958, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the UA through philanthropy. Our goals are to facilitate connection, demonstrate gratitude and impact, and maximize the power of giving for the UA and its generous donors. Our services include managing the university’s donated assets and processing gifts to the university in accordance with the UA’s guidelines and policies.