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University of Arizona official publications are archived at Special Collections (located next to the Main Library).
Use advanced library search to find UA materials by entering "University of Arizona" as either the author/creator or subject. Some materials are available online, while most print materials can only be viewed in Special Collections.
Copies of the current UA State Operating Budget can be viewed at the Main Library, Health Sciences Library and Special Collections. Past UA budgets can be found in Special Collections
The Arizona Daily Wildcat publishes an annual UA salary database. The data includes names, titles, departments, colleges, FTE, and percentage of state funding:
Academic catalogs include course descriptions, academic degree programs and requirements, fees, lists of faculty, and more.
Print copies of UA catalogs from 1891-2000 are available in Special Collections. The UA discontinued print editions of the catalog after 2000-2001.
The UA phonebook directory includes current students, faculty, and staff.
Print editions of the University of Arizona Student, Faculty, Staff Directory dating back to the 1920s are available in Special Collections.
Bound print volumes dating back to 1911 are available in Special Collections. Earlier editions can also be found on microfilm.
Previous titles include: Arizona Weekly Life (1911-12), University Life (1912-13), Arizona Life (1913-14 to 1914-15), and Arizona Wildcat (1915-16 to April 15, 1965).
Print copies of the UA yearbook, The Desert (1911-2005) are available in Special Collections and the Main Library.
You can also view digitized yearbooks online through the UA Campus Repository.