Your University of Arizona email account is your primary means of communication between you and other UA community members such as advisors, instructors, classmates, students, co-workers, and associates. UA email is the official vehicle for the University to communicate with you regarding important issues including billing of student accounts and campus emergencies, news, and events.
Benefits & Features:
Faculty and staff at the University of Arizona use UAConnect which is a Microsoft Exchange 2010 on campus email and calendaring system.
Students at the University of Arizona use CatMail which is powered by Google.
Information for faculty and staff who use non-supported email software (i.e., Thunderbird, Eudora, Pine, Outlook 2003, etc.)
This service is for academic, administrative, or official student club business. Email lists can be created by faculty, staff, and graduate assistants.
Information on Spam, Scams, Phishing, and Viruses. You can also get information on Virus/Spyware removal and learn how to report an incident.
Clarifies policies and procedures where existing law and organizational policy do not specifically address issues particular to the use of email.
A University email account should be automatically generated with the creation of a UA NetID. If you have a NetID, but not a University email address, then you can create one using the Account System.
Please contact the UA's Disability Resource Center at 520.621.3268 V/TTY or Fax 520.621.9423 or via their website.