The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has many diverse areas of education and research.
Our current giving priorities include:
The College of Veterinary Medicine will allow more Arizona students to pursue veterinary medical degrees, spend fewer years obtaining their degree and graduate with half the average debt load. Help us with facilities and scholarships.
One Health is the idea that human, animal and environmental health are all interconnected within our ecosystem and we should develop new ways of analysis that account for these connections. Whether this means improving food security or developing analytical tools to understand changes in our ecosystem, the U of A has all of the tools and resources necessary to be the world leader in One Health.
Natural Resource Users Law and Policy Center
The Natural Resource Users Law and Policy Center is the first program in the nation designed to meet the legal needs of ranchers, farmers, and miners along with other business involved in natural resource use. This center will help small farmers and individuals in the community to confront the wide variety of complex legal and regulatory issues they face within their professions.
By partnering with the Career Center, CALS is able to not only provide its students with a degree, but a job going into the future. Students are provided with résumé resources, interview rooms, career options, and professional on-site staff to assist them.
CALS faculty prepare students with real-world ready knowledge and experience. CALS researchers answers important questions with implications that may reach across the globe.