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Student Success & Retention Innovation

Student Success & Retention Innovation works to support the success of undergraduate students through individualized academic support, academic skill building, tutoring, peer mentoring, and creating community using strengths-based programming, evidence-based practices, and robust assessment.

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Providing a positive environment for tutoring, supplemental instruction, writing, and academic skills development where students master the skills to become life-long learners.



Thrive Center

Supporting all students, including marginalized, first-generation, and low-income, to navigate, excel, and graduate through peer mentoring, student programming, networking, workshops, and advocacy.


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Assessment & Research

A central hub of resources for assessing and researching the student experience in an effort to advance University of Arizona’s institutional effectiveness and support data-informed decision-making for student learning and success.

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C.A.T.S. Academics

Providing customized services to student-athletes to support their academic success including academic counseling, skills development, and tutoring.

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SALT Center

Supporting the success of students with learning and attention challenges through a range of individualized academic supports including educational planning, tutoring, technology, and wellness.

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SSRI Strategy Team

Developing campus-wide strategies including early warning tools, strategic communications, and professional development, building dynamic partnerships, piloting innovative programs, data analysis, program assessment, and research to promote student retention, and degree completion.

Transfer Student Center

Promoting transition, community building, and campus connections through faculty engagement, mentoring, and student programming.