Student Information and Resources


SGPP junior and senior students are eligible for a wide variety of academic and travel funding opportunities. For more information on conference travel, study abroad, GRE/LSAT Test Prep Courses, textbook scholarships, and many other great opportunities, please visit our Student Funding page


SGPP offers a full schedule of Undergraduate professional speakers, inviting professionals in their field to speak to current students about career opportunities. We also offer several professional workshops every semester to assist our students with career readiness information. See the Current Schedule


The SGPP Peer Mentors assist our freshmen and transfer students with the transition to the University of Arizona. They assist with new student orientation and transfer socials, plan events for SGPP students, and play a role in recruiting students from the local community colleges and high schools. Meet our Current team: 2018-2019 Peer Mentors


All SGPP externally funding academic scholarships are now housed on the UA SCHOLARSHIP UNIVERSE website. In SU, students create personal profiles that are unique to them and information entered transfers from year to year.

  • All SGPP Scholarships are open for applications from MARCH 1st - 31st each year, with awards distributed to students for the following academic year.
  • Scholarships are award for a full academic year- the full award being evenly distributed between fall and spring semesters.
  • All scholarships require a Letter of Recommendation from an academic resource either at the UA or another academic institution. 
  • Thank you letters are also required before awards will be distributed. These are uploaded through SU student profiles. 


There are several clubs and organizations students can join. Clubs are a great way to get involved, meet other students with similar interests and network with professionals.
Click on the links below to learn more: 


All SGPP students are assessed a program fee during their junior and senior years at the UA. The program fees are used for programs that provide student resources and experiences, including but not limited to: academic advising, scholarships, professional skill development, expanded internship opportunities, career networking, speaker series, and seminars.For more information regarding our program fees and to offer suggestions,please visit our Program Fee information page. All program fee activities are reviewed and approved by our Student Governance Board.