President’s COVID-19 Testing, Research and Re-entry Fund

Support the university’s response to the challenges of COVID-19. Contribute to President Robbins’ plan to test, trace and treat through the President’s COVID-19 Testing, Research and Re-entry Fund. 


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Richard H. Tyler Student Emergency Fund

Support our students who are in danger of withdrawing due to an unexpected, temporary financial hardship as a result of illness, family crisis, natural disaster, or other emergency or crisis situations.


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College of Engineering Biomedical Device Fund

Help the College of Engineering with their mission to provide quality personal protective equipment to medical workers on the frontlines in the form of 3D printed masks.


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Employee Emergency Fund

The University of Arizona community has a long history of demonstrating compassion for its members and for providing generous donations to colleagues in need. This financial assistance program aids working Wildcats who face temporary hardship as a result of unexpected emergency expenses.


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COVID-19: Prevention, Detection & Treatment Research

Support the College of Medicine – Tucson and their research into solutions for this global health crisis. 



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Support Arizona Students

Now more than ever, support for our students is critical. Make a gift to the Arizona Undergraduate Scholarship Fund, or contribute to retention initiatives through the Arizona Student Opportunity Fund that will help students develop skills for lifelong success.


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UArizona President Robert C. Robbins and J.P. Roczniak, president & CEO of the UArizona Foundation, give an update on how the Student Emergency Fund is helping and how you can get involved.

Rachel Wilkins, Graduate Student

"Finding out that I can help those who actually can do something was an enormous relief and has given me a renewed purpose. The skills I have learned through my years of school have given me the tools I need to make these masks, and donating them lets us show those combating COVID-19 that we are thankful to help them in any way we can."