Emergency Fund: If you need emergency financial support, you may qualify for the Arizona Student Emergency Fund.
How to Declare the Major: Interested in declaring the Physiology and Medical Sciences major? Click below to start the process!
Physiology Advisors are here to help you navigate your time as an undergraduate at the University of Arizona. They can help you learn about opportunities available for your undergraduate education and for your future career plans, connect with campus resources and develop a plan to make sure you are on track for graduation and beyond.
Physiology and Medical Sciences Major Academic Advisors
Andrea Caffrey, Academic Advisor II
Monique Pena, Senior Academic Advisor I
Ina Gittings, Room 111
Jennifer Koehmstedt, Academic Advisor II
|Miranda Schubert, Academic Advisor II
Ina Gittings, Room 109
Other Advising Resources
Department of Physiology Weekly Update Emails
Get the latest updates from our team of PSIO advisors, including registration dates and deadlines, course information, and opportunities outside the classroom.
Advisors from the Pre-Health Advising Office can help you explore career paths in the health professions and ensure that you are on track for professional program admission. They advise students who are interested pursuing careers in medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, physician’s assistance, etc. Your Physiology and Medical Sciences major advisor can make sure you are on track with basic academic requirements for your professional program of choice, but a Pre-Health Advisor will be able to connect you with numerous additional resources and opportunities.
Tutoring / SI Sessions / Online Support
There are a lot of different ways to get academic help outside the classroom. The Think Tank offers free Writing, Math and Science tutoring as well as help with academic skills like test taking and time management. A lot of your courses also offer Supplemental Instruction (SI) where you can review important course concepts, predict and practice test items, develop test prep strategies, and discuss readings. Other free, online resources include the Khan Academy and Quizlet. Don't wait until you get that first test back to use these resources - be proactive about seeking extra help with your learning!
Dates and Deadlines
There are many important dates and deadlines throughout the semester for things such as dropping a class, withdrawing from a class, filing a GRO request, and more. Consult the UA Calendar of Dates and Deadlines and speak with your advisor about any questions your have.
We know a lot of you are taking online courses during this time. We have developed a guide to Shifting Your Learning to an Online Format for tips on being successful in this learning modality. When technical difficulties arise, know you have 24/7 help from our IT Support Center. Need WIFI? Vist one of the Remote UA WIFI Hotspots or one of the WIFI Hotspots on the Navajo and Hopi Reservations.
Mental Health Resources
Our hope is that you are able able to thrive personally and academically at the University of Arizona, so we want to make sure you know about Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS). Here you can meet with a counselor, attend groups and workshops, and find resources on self-help and self-devlopment - including how to cope with the stress of COVID-19. CAPS also works in partnership with LGBTQ Affairs for specialized care for LGBTQIA students.
Wildcat R.I.S.E. services are confidential, no-cost and a great way to receive mental health support given stressful events happening in your life. Wildcats R.I.S.E. support meetings last no more than one hour and are co-facilitated by two Arizona Wildcats R.I.S.E. Peer Leaders. CLICK HERE FOR Wildcat R.I.S.E. SCHEDULING