Getting Around Campus
The Office of University Communications distributes media parking passes to reporters covering news on the University of Arizona campus. Passes allow reporters to park in any regularly marked space, visitor pay lot or metered space on campus. The passes cannot be used for personal campus visits. To request a temporary or annual media parking pass, call Jennise Taylor at 520-626-9422.
Taking Photos/Video on Campus
News organizations can shoot photos or video in public areas on the University of Arizona Health Sciences campus. Media access to university buildings and any other locked area is coordinated through the UArizona Health Sciences Office of Communications, 520-626-7301 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filming/taping for commercial purposes, such as television programs, movies and advertisements, must be approved in advance. Approval of filming will require a written agreement with the university and appropriate insurance. No use of UArizona's trademarks or service marks is permitted without advance written approval. Call Pam Scott, Office of University Communications, at 520-621-1951 to coordinate any commercial filming/taping on the UArizona campus.
Broadcast Facilities and Services
The University of Arizona is equipped with an on-campus television studio with satellite uplink capacity, which can be used for remote television interviews.
A radio studio with an ISDN phone line allows for broadcast-quality radio interviews.
Access to these facilities is available for a fee, schedule permitting. For more information, call Arizona Public Media at 520-621-5828.
About UArizona Health Sciences
Located on campuses in Tucson, Phoenix and Gilbert, Ariz., the University of Arizona Health Sciences is one of the top-ranked academic medical centers in the southwestern United States.
UArizona Health Sciences includes the College of Medicine – Phoenix, College of Medicine – Tucson, College of Nursing, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy, and Health Sciences Global and Online. In addition, 15 UArizona Health Sciences centers and programs focus on cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, pain and addiction, and respiratory diseases; biomedical informatics, health technology innovation and simulation training; and health disparities, precision health care and treatments, and pandemic preparedness.
A leader in next-generation education, research, clinical care and public outreach, UArizona Health Sciences employs nearly 5,000 people, has approximately 4,000 students and 900 faculty members, and garners more than $220 million in research grants and contracts annually.