Disability Resources partners with various campus committees and groups to provide the highest levels of access and inclusion at University events and experiences.
Tucson Festival of Books
With more than 100,000 attendees, 450 authors, and over 300 exhibitors, the annual Tucson Festival of Books (TFOB) is easily one of the top five book festivals in the U.S., attracting the interests of book lovers from across Southern Arizona and the nation! Hosted on The University of Arizona campus, the Festival is free and open to the public, providing a wide array of educational and book-related events.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona's Spring Fling is the largest student-run carnival in the nation, attracting over 25,000 visitors. Spring Fling provides over 35 rides and games to attendees, and over 20 different food booths.
Each semester individual colleges celebrate the accomplishments of their graduates in convocation ceremonies across campus. UA has received national recognition for its university-wide spring commencement. It is a wonderful time for students, new alumni, families and friends.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Committee
The University of Arizona Area Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee aims to improve existing and future bicycle and pedestrian conditions for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. To achieve this goal, the committee produces recommendations to provide safe and attractive bikeway and walkway facilities and educate people on foot or bike to reduce the potential for conflicts.