The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

COVID-19 Resources for Students

Resources for Students
1. Campus Pantry is still open, Hours: Tuesdays 2-4pm, Wednesdays and Fridays 11-1pm. Emergency food bags are available in the Dean of Students office located in the Nugent Building.
2. Student Emergency Fund....the application process:
3. Campus Health is still open if the student is in Tucson and needs medical assistance.
    Campus Health is now testing for COVID-19 - please call (520) 621-9202 before you come in.
4. The withdrawal deadline has been extended until April 14th.  Be sure to check with your advisor or the financial aid office if you have questions about how withdrawing may affect your financial aid.
5. The Think Tank has full online services for tutoring and academic skills workshops:
6. Remote WiFi hotspot list
If these won’t work for you, contact your advisor or Andy Honaman to seek assistance in maintaining your connection: or 520-621-5517.
7. Ideas to help cope with stress related to COVID-19
If you’re feeling alone or struggling, text TALK to 741741 or call 1-800-274-TALK.
8. Free Life Management Specialist
CALS has a Life Management Specialist who is also a licensed counselor.  He can see people via zoom or phone. NEED TO TALK? CALS has a new service to help. NO-COST and CONFIDENTIAL life management counseling is now available for undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Whether you are feeling anxiety related to COVID-19 or are experiencing other life events that are emotionally challenging, Ryan Daily, Licensed Professional Counselor will work with you to address your concerns.Schedule a web or phone appointment at & send questions to Q and A with Ryan Daily: counselor
9. Creating a self-care plan:
10. The results of the University's first survey of students since the conversion to on-line is attached and it highlights some of the challenges and frustrations that students are facing and which can inform or teaching.
11. Research has been severely reduced to only the most essential efforts and these exemptions from the Governor's executive order must be reviewed by the SVPR and approved.
12. The Graduate College has gathered a list of resources and other valuable forms of support for graduate students during the campus mitigation period. The list is linked below; it will be regularly updated on the landing page of both the Graduate College and Graduate Center websites.
13. Another way to stay in touch, ask a question or drink coffee is to stop in between 9 and 10 am for coffee hour with the Director.  Happy to have you stop by for my 'office hours' at: