As an affiliate or associate faculty member of the UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, you have access to the following university resources:

Committee Participation

Associate and affiliate faculty are eligible to join many of our governance committees. Examples include the Faculty Advisory Council or Appointments, Promotions and Tenure (AP&T) Committee. Nominations occur every spring. For more information, email @email.

Event Participation

UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix faculty are invited to participate in events hosted on campus, including some of our most rewarding student experiences — Match Day and Commencement. Faculty may also participate in General Faculty meetings or mixers.

Career Development Opportunities

All UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix faculty have access to retreats, development workshops, meetings, grand rounds and online materials. We offer programs on the development of innovative curricular sessions and opportunities to develop effective assessment, evaluation and feedback skills. Faculty development additionally offers assistance with academic resources and how to utilize them.


Library Resources

Faculty have access to the digital resources from the Arizona Health Sciences Library by use of a UArizona NetID and password from office, hospital or home. Licensed content includes electronic books, online journals and major resources such as PubMed, Scopus and the Cochrane Library. Available services include library instruction, tutorials, document delivery and interlibrary loan service. The library is located on the third floor of the Health Sciences Education Building and is accessible via CatCard or PBC badge during all building hours. The library is staffed weekdays from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m..

If you do not have access to UpToDate through your clinical site and need to request access through the library, contact your faculty coordinator or email @email.

Qualified Tuition Reduction (QTR) - Affiliate Faculty Only

The University of Arizona is able to provide Qualified Tuition Reduction (QTR) to our affiliate faculty members who are employed by an approved affiliate site. Faculty must be employed with an affiliated institution at 0.50 FTE or greater to qualify for this courtesy. QTR is a university courtesy extended by the Arizona Board of Regents. The College of Medicine – Phoenix has no flexibility in extending this courtesy beyond our affiliate faculty members. For more information, review the Educational Benefits at The University of Arizona.


Faculty ID

Faculty members may request a CatCard (badge), for the purposes of navigating the Phoenix Biosciences Core campus. Contact your faculty coordinator to schedule an appointment or for more information.

Faculty Mailing List

All new faculty members' preferred emails are registered with the College of Medicine – Phoenix listserv. The faculty mailing list serves as the primary communication tool for faculty in the community regarding campus events.


The UArizona NetID verifies your identity when you use many of the online services provided by the University of Arizona. This ensures the privacy of your personal information and restricts the use of resources to those for whom they are intended. The NetID also consolidates the disparate authentication mechanisms of various UArizona online services, replacing several unique identifiers with a common one. If you need help with your NetID or password, contact your faculty coordinator.

*A NetID is created during the faculty application process in order to accept your faculty title.

University of Arizona Email Account

Faculty may use their NetID and password to access their UArizona email account.