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Arizona Regents to Trump: Protect 'Dreamer' Students
Letter from board asks president-elect to work with Congress to accomodate 'Dreamers.'
Arizona Program Helps College Students 'Earn to Learn'
1,000 enrolled at UA in matching savings funds to help with tuition, other expenses.
Committee Discusses Qualities Sought in Next UA President
The search committee will vet candidates; Arizona Board of Regents has final say.
Getting in to College Is Just First Step for Many Latinos
While enrollment is growing, some face obstacles to ultimately receiving a degree.
Regents Will Hire Expert to Review UA Health Sciences
'Comprehensive' review to start as soon as possible; UA President Hart happy with decision.
What Led to UA Medical School Scrutiny?
Controversy surrounding University of Arizona Health Sciences didn't start this month.
What Will a New President Mean for University of Arizona?
Hart's successor will pick up on her progress, face new challenges.
Regent: Successor May Replace UA's Hart in Less Than 2 Years
President Ann Weaver Hart won't seek an extension of contract beyond June 2018.
UA President Hart Says She Will Step Down in Two Years
First female president on Tucson campus makes announcement in email.
Four Decades of Perseverance Rewarded with College Degree
An education for Tucsonan Karen Schaffner was a long time coming.
One Woman's Fight for Mental Health Care in Rural Arizona
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The vote on Prop 123; help for women entrepreneurs in Tucson; and a dream fulfilled after four decades of ambition.
UA Raises Salaries for Group of Lowest-Paid Faculty Members
Full-time lecturer with Ph.D must work second job off campus.
Tucson, an Urban Classroom for German Students
University students visit the city to learn about global conditions
METRO WEEK: Despite Budget Cuts, UA Programs Expand
How institution trims spending, grows enrollment and adds educational programs.
Arizona Worst in Nation for Higher Education Funding Cuts
Report: Funding is down, tuition is rising and college is becoming increasingly expensive.
More Than 20,000 'Dreamers' in Arizona Deemed Eligible for In-State Tuition
Policy reversal will cut the cost of studying by about two-thirds.
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