Graduate Student Resources

As a graduate student in the School of Plant Sciences, you can access a variety of resources within the school, the College of Agriculture, Life & Environmental Sciences, and the campus community.

The University of Arizona has a vast network of resources to help you achieve your academic and career goals, whether you are looking for graduate funding, counseling, faculty mentoring, research opportunities or general graduate student support.

Policies & Code of Conduct

Students in the School of Plant Sciences are expected to uphold the University of Arizona Code of Conduct and Graduate College academic policies.

Academic Support & Career Development

Graduate students can work closely with School of Plant Sciences faculty on everything from advising to mentoring to conducting research. You have a network of faculty to help you prepare for an M.S. or Ph.D. program or the next step in your career. The CALES Career Center can also support you with professional development resources.

Students who have accessibility needs can get services through the Disability Resource Center. The center’s staff is here to help you with individual accommodation or modification to support your success in your graduate program.

You’ll also have fantastic resources through the Graduate and Professional Student Council. The Graduate Center has a wealth of opportunities and resources, including workshops, consultants and professional development opportunities.

Health & Wellbeing

Balancing your personal life and graduate school can be stressful. We’re here to support you on your journey. Campus Health, CALES Student Wellness, and other resources are available to help you stay healthy and strong while earning your graduate degree.

Additional Graduate Student Resources