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Life in Tucson

 Sunrise shots of campus and the Tucson area from the roof of the Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building (BIO5 Institute) Photographer: FJ Gaylor

Tucson, home of the University of Arizona, blends the beauty of its Sonoran Desert surroundings with the excitement and amenities of a thriving city, with live music, one of a kind events, and world class museums. With 350 sunny days per year, it’s a great place any time of year for biking and other outdoor adventures. The cost of living is low relative to other cities of its size.

Most UA graduate students live off campus.  For those who want to live on campus, La Aldea is an ideal option for 300 single graduate and professional students.

Download the La Aldea brochure.

Last updated 12 Apr 2017